Infant Vision Lab, McGill 3118, 9500 Gilman Dr. La Jolla, CA 92093-0109

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Phone: (858) 822-0642

Fax: (858) 534-7190

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Among other findings, results from our studies demonstrate that infants as young as three months of age can perceive moving patterns very well, suggesting that the brain areas responsible for motion-processing develop rather quickly. Some of our current studies aim to clarify the course of this system's early development by examining more specific motion-processing abilities.

One of our current projects is a longitudinal study that examines visual, behavioral, and neural development in infants at familial risk for developing an autism spectrum disorder. Other projects explore the effects of atypical eye conditions on the development of vision, the effects of auditory deprivation in adult deaf subjects, and the effects of attention on motion processing in adults. To learn more about the research projects currently being conducted, click on the links listed on the top of this page.

If you live in the southern California region, have an infant 12-months of age or younger, and are interested in learning more about participation in our research, please contact our lab coordinator, Suzanne, to sign up for our studies.

Free parking, compensation, and a small gift is provided. We look forward to hearing from you!

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Telephone: (858) 822-0642

Fax: (858) 534-7190



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