Caitlin M. Hudac, Ph.D.
I am a developmental cognitive neuroscientist interested in how infants, children, and adults learn and think about other people. My research focuses on the development of the social brain, including basic processes (e.g., social attention, intrinsic social motivation) and higher-ordered social cognition (e.g., understanding goal-oriented behavior, reasoning about others).
University of Chicago, A.B. ('05, Human Development)
University of Nebraska, Ph.D. ('14, Developmental Psychology)
Developmental cognitive neuroscience techniques:
Electroencephalography (EEG), Event-related potentials (ERP), Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), eye tracking. I have also had pilot experience working with functional near infrared-spectroscopy (fNIRS).