Christopher Sufani

christopher_square_v02Chris is a PhD student at the School of Psychology at UNSW who is training to be an Early Start Denver Model therapist for children in autism spectrum conditions. In previous years, he has collaborated with families and teachers to implement early teaching programs at home and preschool/daycare settings. Chris is interested in human development and understanding social communication across the lifespan. Currently his research aims to explore the role of brain electrical connectivity in social perception across children and adults in autism spectrum conditions using a non-invasive and portable EEG (see image).

Research Projects:

  • Brain connectivity and social perception in autism: Understanding the role of brain electrical connectivity in social perception across the lifespan.
  • Emotions in voices: Understanding the neural basis of social/emotional speech perception.
Emotiv Epoc EEG. Image credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/thinkerthing/8075309856
Emotiv Epoc EEG. Image credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/thinkerthing/8075309856

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