Bernadette joins the lab as a PhD student

Bernadette Hippmann joined the lab as a PhD student in November. A warm welcome to her and very much looking forward to working together!

What is the role of different spatial frequencies in emotion processing in infancy?

In our newest study, we investigated how high spatial frequencies (so very fine details in a picture) compared to low spatial frequencies (so rather broad shapes) contribute to emotion processing in infancy: Jessen, S. & Grossmann, T. (in press). Exploring…

New DFG Funding

We are very excited to receive new funding from the German Research Foundation (DFG), which will allow us to continue our project investigating the impact of maternal odor on socioemotional processing in infancy for another 2 years!

New study on the subliminal processing of facial trustworthiness

Our new study investigating the unconscious processing of facial trustworthiness in 7-month-olds is out! Jessen, S. & Grossmann, T. (in press). Neural evidence for the subliminal processing of facial trustworthiness in infancy. Neuropsychologia.