Ida Therese Tidemann
I am a PhD Candidate in developmental psychology, belonging to the Cognitive Developmental Research Unit (EKUP), headed by Professor Annika Melinder. My main interest is the child’s early cognitive development, the social aspects in particular. With my research I wish to contribute to the further developing of a theoretical framework handling impairments in social as well as communicative development, while also studying the developmental course of these functions in typically developing children and in children at risk. Eye tracking will be the primary method for my research.
Higher education and employment history
2009-2011: Master of Psychology, the discipline of Cognitive Neuroscience, UiO Thesis title: The Mirror Neuron System: A Neural Basis of Action Understanding.
Kenward, Ben; Koch, Felix-Sebastian; Forssman, Linda; Brehm, Julia; Tidemann, Ida Therese & Sundqvist, Annette [Show all 10 contributors for this article] (2017). Saccadic reaction times in infants and adults: Spatiotemporal factors, gender, and interlaboratory variation. Developmental Psychology. ISSN 0012-1649. 53(9), p. 1750–1764. doi: 10.1037/dev0000338.