Alumna (PhD 2016)
My research interests lie within the area of socio-cognitive development in early childhood. In my work as a Ph.D. student, I am studying how infants' perceive conversations occurring around them and what kind of cues are important for them when observing such an interaction.
I have been using eye-tracking and ERPs as techniques to approach the topic. Furthermore, I am interested in infants' reaching comprehension as well as in research focusing on early precursors of Autism Spectrum Disorders.