Introducing our Newsletter

Since 1995, our lab has been conducting research on the development of infant learning and memory in the first year of life. We seek to understand what type of information infants and children pick up from their environment, as well as how they organize this information into meaningful representations of objects and events. We are currently examining the nature of the information that infants process in faces and bodies of people around them, how they learn to recognize and mentally organize humans and objects in their environment, and the neural processes underlying cognitive development. Our research is funded by grants from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.

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