News for Psychology and Neuroscience

Studies Between the Lines
    Joshua H Smith, 2005/12/15 12:23:01

  He wanted to be a developmental psychologist, and for his dissertation he developed a system of monitoring infant eye movements. One day a colleague mentioned that his system could be useful in analyzing autistic children. The insight opened a door in Pelphrey’s career and, ever since, he’s been heading in a different direction, at the intersection of psychology, cognitive neuroscience and imaging. <more>