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20172019

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Biography

I am approaching the final year of my PhD in cognitive neuroscience at Macquarie University. I use a non-invasive, child-friendly brain recording technique called MagnetoEncephaloGraphy (MEG) to explore how the brains of young children grow to predict sounds in the world, and how that might develop differently in autism. I hope that my research findings will contribute to a deeper understanding of what makes autistic perception unique. I am supervised by Associate Professor Paul Sowman, Professor Liz Pellicano and Dr Wei He.

Research interests

- Cognitive neuroscience

- Child development

- Autism

- Magnetoencephalography

Education/Academic qualification

Cognitive Science, Doctor of Philosophy, Macquarie University

20182021

Cognitive Science, Masters of Research, Macquarie University

2017

Psychology, Bachelor of Psychology (Hons), Macquarie University

20122015

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