The Social Cognition Lab studies cognition from a developmental and evolutionary perspective. We examine the origins of cognition in a comparative manner, studying infants, children, dogs, and, though collaboration, non-human primates.  Specifically, our research focuses on the development of social cognition, including the recognition of others’ goals and needs (e.g., intention reading, theory of mind), the imitative and empathetic responses to those goals and needs, and the development of prosocial behaviour.  Find us on Instagram @socialcognitionlab

We're part of The Child and Adolescent Development Group at Queen's.

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Social Cognition Lab
Department of Psychology
62 Arch Street
Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario
K7L 3N6  Canada

Queen's University is situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Territory.

(613) 533-2476 (Lab)
(613) 533-2478 (Dr. Kuhlmeier)