Prof. Dr. Sabine Hunnius from the Baby BRAIN Group (Donders Institiute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour) in Nijmegen will give a talk at the CogSci Colloquium on Thursday, 30th January.
Her research focuses on developmental mechanisms and neurocognitive changes underlying early social-cognitive development using eye-tracking, EEG and NIRS techniques.
In their group, Hunnius and her colleagues study how infants perceive other persons and, as their development progresses, come to understand what others are doing and thinking,
as well as how infants develop to become efficient and skilled agents themselves.
This is a great opportunity to network: please register by sending an e-mail (email@example.com) if you are interested in meeting with Prof. Hunnius
to discuss your own/her research in person with her, ask questions, etc. until Monday, 27th January.
Psychology of Language Department
Georg-Elias-Müller Institute for Psychology
Goßlerstraße 14, 37073 Göttingen