Emma Cameron

Under Ada Kritikos’ supervision, Emma worked with Sam Sparks as a research experience student in 2012 on an automatic imitation experiment. Emma and Sam worked together on programming in E-Prime 2, creating stimuli life-sized film stimuli, and collecting participants’ kinematic data from using specialised infrared motion-capture cameras. Emma’s contribution kick-started a long line of studies in the PandA lab on automatic imitation and action observation!

In 2015, Emma is working on her honours project in psychology and we wish her all the best!

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