In recent years, researchers have advanced an understanding of intersections among behaviors, abilities and processes at multiple levels of analysis (biological, neural, behavioral, environmental, cultural), across different domains (motor, language, social, emotional, etc.), and across time (from prenatal development through early childhood). XXIII ICIS will highlight current research on Developmental Cascades and aim to spark new ideas, invigorate researchers in their own work, and advance fresh perspectives on the science and reach of infancy. See more details on the conference website.
Visit our booth to learn how infant researchers use eye tracking to study perceptual, cognitive, and social emotional development from birth through early adulthood.