My research focuses on how infants and children relate to other people, particularly how they coordinate actions and share goals and emotions with others. I study the mechanisms underlying this ability to relate to others as well as the outcomes it has for social development and learning. To address these questions, I use a wide range of methodologies, including eye tracking, motion tracking, and behavioral research.
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- Postdoctoral Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics, Communication Before Language Research Group (2008-2011)
- Ph.D. in Psychology from University of California, Berkeley (2008)
- B.A. in Psychology from Miami University (2001)
Interests: Social-cognitive development, with an emphasis on infants' understanding of social interaction.
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