I study the mechanisms and processes underlying human social behaviour, and individual differences therein. While my past work examined individual differences from a genetic perspective, my current work focuses on individual differences from a brain and body perspective. To this end, one of our key projects investigates the role of individual differences in gut microbiota on brain and behaviour. Our group uses a number of techniques, including eye gaze-tracking, magnetic resonance imaging, psychophysics, and psychophysiology. We work closely with other members of CINN and the Centre for Autism.