The Cognition and Action Research Group conducts research in cognitive development, visual perception, memory, and language. We use both overt behaviour methods, such as response speed and accuracy, and eye-movements, psychophysics, as well as brain imaging methods, including fMRI and EEG.

The overarching goal of our research is the understanding of the cognitive abilities that underlie human experience and behaviour, developmentally and in the face of neural breakdown, as a result of injury or congenital deficits.

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