Infant T.I:M.E.



Our infant lab studies how babies adapt to, and develop an understanding that social and non-social events unfold in time. We are interested in how improvements in temporal adaption correspond to gains in social, behavioral and cognitive development.

Child T.I:M.E.



Our child lab examines how our sensitivity for, and ability to think about time develops, and the correspondence to other aspects of cognition (e.g., memory, planning, decision-making). We are particularly interested in timing in autism.

Adult T.I:M.E.



Our adult lab seeks to elucidate the neuropsychological basis for our human abilities for timing, time perception and higher temporal cognition; and its significance for the structure of adaptive (and maladaptive) behavior and cognition.