Dr. Reschke is interested in the development of social cognition and emotion understanding in infancy, and more particularly in infants' emotion attributions, false-belief understanding, imitation/emulation, and false-emotion attributions. He uses a multi-method approach, including non-verbal measures, behavioral paradigms, violation-of-expectation paradigms, and eye-tracking. He is also interested in the role of context in emotion perception, especially as it pertains to how facial expressions of emotion are categorized and visually processed. Dr. Reschke is the principal investigator of the CEC (cec.byu.edu), a research lab located on BYU campus.
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