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.
Beyond executive functions, creativity skills benefit academic outcomes: Insights from Montessori education.
Adults' visual recognition of actions simulations by finger gestures (ASFGs) produced by sighted and blind individuals.
What predicts mathematics achievement? Developmental change in 5- and 7-year-old children.
Preterm infant showed better object handling skills in a neonatal intensive care unit during silence than with a recorded female voice.
Faculté de psychologie
Université de Genève