Martina Zaharieva

Although helpless at birth, young infants quickly become more and more purposeful in their interactions with their social and physical world, as well as in their ability to intervene with their own cognitive and emotional states. Infants also differ substantially in the way they exert control over their attention and emotion. In my PhD projects, I design infant-friendly eye-tracking tasks in which I study these individual differences to predict and explain later-life cognitive development.  

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