Dr Kirsty DunnLecturer
My research interests lie in the investigation of cognitive development in utero and throughout the first year of life. During an ESRC 1 + 3 studentship, I investigated infant understanding of numeracy and object permanence. These projects aimed to investigate the use of infant social looking and the effects of the social environment when measuring these aspects of cognition. I have since been involved in a number of language acquisition projects. Currently, I have been awarded a Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellowship investigating the processing of social stimuli in utero.
Early Career Fellowship: Mapping the Origins of Early Social Processing
01/01/2018 → 01/01/2021
The Future of Human Reproduction: new agendas and methods for the Humanities and Social Sciences
01/01/1900 → …
- Infancy and Early Development