Decision, Action, and Neural Computation Lab
Holly Rayson


Holly Rayson is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the lab of James Bonaiuto, where she is using eye tracking, EEG, MRI, and behavioural observation to investigate the relationship between early brain development and both soicoemotional and sensorimotor functioning. Her recent work was supported by a Marie Curie Fellowship, and focused on the longitudinal effects of early social experience on anxiety and structural brain connectivity. Before this she worked with Helen Dodd at the University of Reading using EEG and eye tracking to investigate precursors of anxiety in preschool children. She completed her PhD in 2017 with Lynne Murray at the University of Reading, which focused on how early mother-infant interactions influence infant neural responses to others’ facial expressions and gaze.

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