My work investigates how infants acquire speech and language from a developmental cognitive neuroscience perspective. I study aspects of speech perception in preverbal infants, including statistical learning and multisensory speech perception, using behavioural (eye-tracking) and neuroimaging (EEG). I’m also interested in linking infants’ patterns of brain activity to their behavioural responses to gain further insights into the mechanism underlying the cognitive and perceptual abilities of infants.
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