In my work, I study the neural correlates of cognition in infants. I use a variety of methods, mostly fNIRS but also eye-tracking, EEG, and fMRI.
I'm currently working on the Exploration project, which measures infant brain responses during naturalistic interactions with parents. Unlike most previous studies, which place the infant in front of a screen and present series of repetitive stimuli, in the Exploration project we allow infants to actively choose what they want to do as their parent engages them in a free play session.
- NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS: POSSIBLE APPLICATION IN AVIATION AND AVIATION MEDICINE (2021)
The Polish Journal of Aviation Medicine, Bioengineering and Psychology, 25 (2), 24--37