At the Babylab we want to better understand how babies learn and develop, particularly during the first 2 years of life, but also throughout childhood.
In the ToddlerLab we will be investigating development in typically developing children. New technology will allow insight into the fascinating world of toddler development.
Research in the lab focuses on social cognition and executive functions during development and adulthood.
The aim of the Genes Environment Lifespan lab is to identify the genetic and environmental causes that play a part in making people different, and how these causal processes work.
The Cognition in Naturalistic Environments (CINE) Lab focuses on the investigation of active audiovisual scene cognition in real-world and mediated environments such as VR, smartphones and film, and how these skills develop across early childhood.
BUCNI provides state of the art magnetic imaging facilities for Birkbeck and UCL staff, and promotes inter-institutional collaboration and innovation.