September 22, 2017

Teresa Tang

 

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Bio: I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology at University College London (UCL). I also have a Master’s degree in Paediatric Neuropsychology from UCL Institute of Child Health. I am currently a research assistant at the Lab of Action & Body at Royal Holloway.

 

Research interests: I have a general research interest in developmental cognitive neuroscience and paediatric neuropsychology. For my postgraduate research project, I worked with Great Ormond Street Hospital on the Optimum VI Project, where I investigated the development of social cognition in infants with visual impairment using electroencephalography (EEG). My current research will be investigating interoceptive awareness in infants using behavioural and neurophysiological methods.

Publications:

O’Reilly, M., Sakkalou, E., Tang, T., de Haan. M., Salt, A. & Dale, N. (2015). Neural Correlates of Socio-Cognitive Processing in the Visually Impaired Infant Brain. Paper presented at the Child Vision Research Society Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.