Meghan Puglia

Meghan Puglia
Research Assistant Professor of Neurology

Dr. Puglia's research aims to identify and describe the neurobiological factors that contribute to individual variability in social cognitive development. Her research simultaneously incorporates multiple measures across levels of analysis to capture a broad picture of social functioning across individuals and contexts, including: genetic, epigenetic and hormonal assays; EEG and fMRI; and eye-tracking, self-report questionnaires, videotaped real-world social interactions, and performance on social-cognitive tasks.