We are aiming to learn more about infants’ developing perception of people and how infants recognise them. We are specifically interested in what grabs infants’ attention when they see pictures of people and how they might use features from bodies to tell people apart. Previous research has focussed on faces, and we aim to investigate infants’ visual processing of people in their whole forms.
If you have a baby who is 9 months or younger, we would love to hear from you. The visit to the university takes around 30 mins and your baby will sit on your lap while they view pictures on a screen (for around 5 mins). If you are interested, please contact us on email@example.com or click here for more information.
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Hi, I am Dr Linda Campbell. I am an Academic and a Clinical Psychologist. This blog is meant to keep you in the loop about the activities of of our research lab - the FIND Lab.