Our research aim at better understanding the development of sensorimotor, affective and social abilities in typical and atypical humans, from birth to late adolescence. Our research shows a theoretical interest but also concrete practical applications with pedagogic methods, guides for parents etc. Our research about babies behavior and abilities is supported by the babylab.
Eye-tracking-based experimental paradigm to assess social-emotional abilities in young individuals with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities.
Emotion regulation in blind and visually impaired children aged 3 to 12 years assessed by a parental questionnaire.
The Behavioral Effects of Montessori Pedagogy on Children's Psychological Development and School Learning.
Experiences and Attitudes on Early Identification Practices of Autism: A Preliminary Survey of Pediatric Professionals in Ecuador.
Faculté de psychologie
Université de Genève