|Julia Van de Vondervoort, PhD Student
Julia is interested in social and moral evaluations across development, including infants' implicit evaluations and young children's explicit moral judgments of prosocial and antisocial others. She is also interested in the role of emotions in infants' sociomoral evaluations and performance of prosocial acts.
|Raechel Drew, MA student
|Enda Tan, PhD Student
Enda is interested in the evolutionary and ontogenetic origins of moral evaluations, and is currently investigating whether property rights influence infants’ reasoning about sharing and taking behaviors.
|Sandra Lasry, Visiting PhD Student
Sandra is interested in the implication of intersubjectivity in the emergence of morality. She explores to what extent mechanisms such as social referencing and perspective-taking impact infants’ moral evaluations. Sandra is currently a visiting international PhD candidate.
|Julia Mermier, Visiting MA Student
Julia is interested in the neural mechanisms underlying agency attribution in infants. She is invastigating the existence of a negative bias through the study of neural rythms and components in the brain
Former Graduate Students
|Doan Le, MA
|Jason Martens, PhD
|Conor Steckler, PhD
|Wanying Zhao, PhD|
|Miranda Sitch, MA student