I am a developmental cognitive neuroscientist interested in how infants acquire languages, learn, and remember.
How do human infants learn their native language and become fluent users within a few short years? Why is it that learning that occurs during infancy exerts lifelong influences, yet, adults have very little or no memories from early childhood. I study the perceptual and neural foundations of these core cognitive abilities in infants, and how experience shapes these systems during early development.
Ph.D. in Psychology & Quantitative Methods, 2020
University of British Columbia
M.Sc. in Cognitive Neuroscience, 2015
CiMeC (Center for Mind and Brain), University of Trento
B.A.Sc. combined honours Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour, 2013