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.
Emotion knowledge, social behaviour and locomotor activity predict the mathematic performance in 706 preschool children.
A study on visual preference for social stimuli in typical Ecuadorian preschoolers as a contribution to the identification of autism risk factors.
Exploring 3D miniatures with action simulations by finger gestures: Study of a new embodied design for blind and sighted children.
The effects of a 'pretend play-based training' designed to promote the development of emotion comprehension, emotion regulation, and prosocial behaviour in 5- to 6-year-old Swiss children.
Faculté de psychologie
Université de Genève