Researcher

My Expertise

development of memory and emotion during infancy and early childhood, development of relational memory and the role in representational flexibility, age-related changes in episodic memory and future thinking during early childhood, development of rapid facial mimicry in infancy.

Fields of Research (FoR)

Developmental Psychology and Ageing

Biography

A/Prof Jenny Richmond studies how changes in the brain drive changes in memory and emotion during infancy and childhood. She uses converging methods (behavioural measures, eye tracking, and electrophysiology) to understand the development of functions that are known to depend on the hippocampus. She is the Director of Academic Programs in the School of Psychology and has a particular interests in teaching practices that prioritise student...view more

A/Prof Jenny Richmond studies how changes in the brain drive changes in memory and emotion during infancy and childhood. She uses converging methods (behavioural measures, eye tracking, and electrophysiology) to understand the development of functions that are known to depend on the hippocampus. She is the Director of Academic Programs in the School of Psychology and has a particular interests in teaching practices that prioritise student wellbeing, programs that give undergraduates hands-on research experience, and preparing Psychology graduates for fulfilling careers.  

Keywords: infant, childhood, memory development, eye tracking, electrophysiology, event-related potentials, relational memory, episodic memory

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Publications

by Associate Professor Jenny Louise Richmond