Our research explores how children and adults learn about the world. We ask questions about how people learn about faces, how people learn to group things together, and what people remember at different ages. We use a variety of ways to answer our questions, such as observing children during play, asking children questions about how they think, and using eye tracking to watch where children look. Some of our work is done in collaboration with researchers at the Infant Cognition Lab at the University of California Davis.