Sabrina Burr

Postdoctoral Fellow


Sabrina Burr, Ph.D., received her Honours B.A. in Psychology from Western University, her M.Sc. and Ed.S. in Counselling from the Florida State University, and her Ph.D. in Cognitive Science from Carleton University. Dr. Burr's graduate work used advanced statistical analyses for longitudinal data (e.g., latent curve modelling, cross-lagged analyses, and machine learning) to investigate learning in typically-developing and atypically developing populations from childhood to adulthood. Now, she is applying these techniques to research on the development of the frontoparietal network in infancy. She is using longitudinal datasets from a diverse sample of infants to provide insights into the emergence of long-range neural networks during early development.




Research Interests

Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
Mathematical Cognition
Learning in Infancy

Research Methodology

Functional Connectivity
Structural Equation Modelling
multilevel modelling

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