Professor at Department of Psychology, Developmental Psychology
After finishing my clinical training in psychology, I did my PhD in developmental psychology (awarded in 2010). Currently, my main clinical research project aims to characterize and understand the development of infants who are later diagnosed with neurodevelopmental conditions (e.g. autism). In addition, I lead twin studies of children and young infants, aiming to establish the contribution of genetic and environmental factors to various developmentally informative measures early in life.
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