researcher at Department of Psychology, Developmental Psychology
I am interested in how children understand and engage in social interactions with others. How do children use social signals or interpret others’ behavior to determine their interactions goals? I also study interpersonal synchrony, including how infants align their behavior and physiological reactions with others. Finally, I am interested in how children develop gender categorization and stereotyping.
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University of California, Berkeley
Psychology with Honors, Minor in Applied Statistics
Fr. June 2011
Department of Psychology
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
June 2008-May 2011
Communication Before Language Group
- 2016 The Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences, “Pupillary Contagion in a Developmental Context” €635,000 over 3 years
- 2014 Swedish Research Council, “The Role of Synchronous Imitation in the Development of Joint Action” €350,000 over 4 years
- 2010 Marie Curie Individual Fellowship, “Infant Interaction” €180,000 over 24 months
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