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Prospective Students


About our Lab:

Our focus is to understand how multiple factors in development impact early infant perceptual and motor behavior. We use movement analysis and eye-tracking to study the development of reaching and/or locomotor skills (crawling, creeping, walking) often in conjunction with visual attention, hand preference, or parental interactions.

Undergraduate research opportunities (PSYC 489):

  • Help us collect data from an infant population
  • Work hands-on with behavioral data
  • Attend events in the community to recruit new participants
  • Great for graduate school PREPARATION!


  • PSYC 110 (or equivalent)
  • At least 1 upper level course (300 or above)


Contact director of the lab, Dr. Daniela Corbetta, if you are interested!



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