The Social Affective Neuroscience (SAN) Lab is recruiting parents and their child to participate in several exciting projects to study the neurophysiological mechanisms underlying parenting responses.
Study #1: How does mother-child interaction and the family influence brain synchrony in different emotional contexts?
Study #2: Can brain synchrony between you and your spouse affect your marital relationship and the way you perceive stress?
Study #3: Brain mechanisms behind multiculturalism in Singapore
Kindly contact our friendly research assistants to indicate your interest or email us. Thank you!
PI: Asst. Prof. Gianluca Esposito
School of Social Sciences
Nanyang Technological University