Our Team

Centre Team

Current PhD Students

Lab Alumni

Frankie Fong, PhD 2019
Thesis Title: Preschool Children's Normative and Instrumental Learning
 
Adam Bulley, PhD 2019
Thesis Title: The role of prospective cognition in human decision-making: proximate and ultimate perspectives
 
Melissa Brinums, PhD 2019
Thesis Title: Learning for the future: Children’s capacity to acquire information and skills in preparation for a future event
 
Matti Wilks, PhD 2018
Thesis title: The role of antisocial behaviour and group membership on children’s imitation across development
 
Rohan Kapitany, PhD 2017
Thesis title: 
 
Thesis title: Very Early Social Learning within the Context of the Mother-Baby Relationship
 
Evren Etel, PhD 2017
Thesis title: Associations between peer cooperation and mind understanding among preschoolers: the effects of play context and culture
 
Guillermo Ramirez, MPhil 2015
Thesis title: The role of functional knowledge in children's judgments of inefficient tools

Jonathan Redshaw, PhD 2015
Thesis title: The nature, ontogeny, and phylogeny of episodic foresight.

Morgan Tear, PhD 2015
Thesis title: Violent video games and social behaviour

Ameneh Shahaeian, PhD 2014
Thesis title: Developing an Understanding of Mind: A View Across Cultures.

Janine Oostenbroek, PhD 2013
Thesis topic: Individual differences in neonatal imitation and consequential developmental outcomes.

Andrew Hill, PhD 2011
Thesis topic: Inferential reasoning by exclusion in non-human primates and children

Nicole Erlich, PhD 2010
Thesis title: Of hissing snakes and angry voices: the processing of evolutionary fear-relevant sounds in infancy

Emma Collier-Baker, PhD 2006
Thesis title: Invisible displacement understanding in dogs (Canis familiaris), chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes), and other primates

Tamara Christie, PhD 2007
Thesis title: Infants' perception of moving human bodies 

Kristelle Hudry, PhD 2006
Thesis title: Exploring the boundaries of emotional responsiveness in young children with autism spectrum disorder 

Janie Busby, PhD 2005
Thesis title: Mental time travel in children

Michelle Heron-Delaney, PhD 2005
Thesis title: Development of preferences for the human body shape in infancy