Evans Lab

Dyadic Hyperscanning

This project involves autistic and non-autistic children participating in a variety of games and activities with a parent while wearing mobile EEG headsets. We are interested in markers of neural and behavioral synchrony in addition to objective and subjective indicators of parent-child connection.

Characterizing social interaction via dyadic hyperscanning techniques

Hyperscanning, the simultaneous recording of brain activity from multiple participants, is a crucial experimental model for studying social interactions in the field of cognitive neuroscience. By enabling researchers to investigate real-time …