From birth, infants actively decide what to look at and for how long. Understanding what infants know and don’t know has long capitalized on this, but our formal understanding of how infants regulate their visual attention is lacking behind. I collect infant behavioral data and try to model these data using tools from Bayesian inference and optimal decision theory. I also work on methods to accelerate infant behavioral testing, such as asynchronous testing and automated gaze coding.
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