Phillips awarded NSF grant

Dr. Kimberley Phillips of the Psychology department, and a collaborator at George Washington University, received a grant from the National Science Foundation to support a project titled “Gaze-click: A new means of assessing cognition in pre-verbal and non-verbal populations.”  Eye-tracking tools will be used to study cognition in capuchin monkeys and human children.  $52,360

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