My research is primarily aimed at achieving a better understanding of the relationship between eye-tracking measures and executive abilities in infancy and in childhood. The project is interdisciplinary, involving assessing executive abilities in childhood using a battery of computerised tests; collection of eye-tracking data from infants and children, and parental report measures of infants’ and children’s temperament, executive control and symptoms of psychopathology.
I am currently a member of the InteRRact Lab, a collaborative group directed by my PhD supervisor, Dr. Kostas Papageorgiou. The lab uses an interdisciplinary approach to explore individual differences in resilience; risk of psychopathology; and cognitive performance.
Further information can be found at: http://www.interractlab.co.uk/