researcher at Department of Psychology, Developmental Psychology
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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