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Our Studies

The Infant Cognition Lab explores cognition from a developmental and evolutionary perspective. Specifically, our research focuses on the development of social cognition, including the recognition of others’ goals and needs (e.g., intention reading, theory of mind), the imitative and empathetic responses to those goals and needs, and the subsequent generation of prosocial behaviour.  Each is examined in a comparative manner, studying infants, young children, non-human primates, and dogs.

Research Topics

Goal and Disposition Attribution
Social Evaluation
Theory of Mind
Parent-Child Attachment
Social Learning
Prosocial Behaviour

      

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