Katharine Graf-Estes (Psychology)

Katharine Graf-Estes explores the mechanisms that support early learning in infants.

An Associate Professor of Psychology at the Center for Mind and Brain, Katharine Graf-Estes is interested in the ways in which infants, despite being immersed in a world of immense complexity, display knowledge of the people, objects, actions, and sounds in their environments very early in life. Her research explores whether the ability to detect statistical regularities may play a fundamental role in how infants learn about a highly complex, highly salient aspect of the auditory world: language.

Learn more about Katharine Graf-Estes at her faculty webpage.

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