Itziar Lozano

Itziar Lozano
University of Warsaw

Doctor of Psychology

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Introduction
I am a developmental psychologist currently working as a postdoc at the University of Warsaw. During my PhD (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, 2021) I explored the development of early key mechanisms to process audiovisual speech in infants at high risk for developing ASD during the first year of life. My main research interest is to study how basic perceptual and attentional skills that emerge early on in infancy may scaffold later more complex cognitive processes, especially language development

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Infants' attention to the mouth is thought to support language acquisition, yet this relation has been scantly tested longitudinally. This study assessed attention to the mouth and the eyes at 5.5 (n = 91; Polish, 49% females) and 11 months, between time-point changes and their associations with language development in infancy (11 months) and toddl...
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Infants’ attention to the mouth is thought to support language acquisition, yet this relation has been scantly tested longitudinally. This study assessed attention to the mouth and the eyes at 5.5 (n= 91; Polish, 49% females) and 11 months, between time-point changes, and their associations with language development in infancy (11 months) and toddl...
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Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have shown difficulties to integrate auditory and visual sensory modalities. Here we aim to explore if very young infants at genetic risk of ASD show atypicalities in this ability early in development. We registered visual attention of 4-month-old infants in a task using audiovisual natural stimuli (s...

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