Typical Development of Non-verbal Communication
The goal of this project is to understand how the brain processes non-verbal information, like actions. We have found that a specific region of the brain (the superior temporal sulcus) is more active when you view actions, and even more active when those actions are unexpected.
Other research work undertaken by the lab group include:
- Autism Center for Excellence - Neuroimaging
- Integrated Brain and Behavior Systems
- Simon's Simplex Collection Recontacting
- Neuroimaging of Pivotal Response Treatment
- Childhood Disintegrative Disorder