We recruit behavioral experimental methods, including visual habituation paradigms, eye-tracking paradigms, and imitation paradigms, as tools to investigate infants’ action understanding. Our findings have revealed that even young infants see others’ actions as structured by intentions.

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We also study the factors that support the emergence of infants’ social cognition, in particular, the information that infants glean from their own experience as intentional agents.