Using fNIRS, we uncover the underlying cortical mechanisms that support learning in early infancy and in preterm infants.
With EEG, we quantified the a-typical time scales of adaptation in individuals with dyslexia and in individuals with ASD.
We developed a novel method for estimating the position of probes on infants' head using commodity equipment.
We found that in dyslexia, the a-typical short time-scale of adaptation is wide-spread throughout the cortex.
Using pupillometry, we track how infants update their prediction through reinforcement learning.
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