Our Research

Our research examines brain processes during the development of motor, communication, and problem solving skills as children get older – starting as early as 6 months until 3 years of age.  In our research, we use infant-friendly neuroimaging and eye tracking procedures to assess how the brain process information when children perform everyday behavioral tasks, such as picking up a small object, watching a video, or drawing with a crayon

The following links are for our research using neuroimaging.  We are not currently recruiting for this study.

Click Information About fNIRS for information on how the neuroimaging system works

Click Funding to see who funds our research

Click Goals to see the goals of one of our research projects

Click fNIRS System in Use to view real-life images of our neuroimaging technology being used