Grants

  • 2019-2024. The Role of Gut Microbiota in Typical and Atypical Brain Development. The Swedish Research Council (300,000 EUR). Node-PI: Falck-Ytter, T.

  • 2019-2022. SAPIENS: Shaping the Social Brain Through Early Interactions. European Commission, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Initial Training Network (271,000 EUR). Node-PI: Falck-Ytter, T.

  • 2018-2023. EU Innovative Medicines Initiative, (150,000 EUR). Node-PI: Falck-Ytter, T.

  • 2018-2022. Foundations of Learning (1,630,000 EUR). PI: Gredebäck, G.

  • 2018-2018. Learning the foundations of mathematics through serious games (72,000 EUR). PI: Gredebäck, G.

  • 2018-2020. An embodied account of early executive functioning (340,000 EUR). PI: Gottwald, J.

  • 2018-2021. MOTION, a Marie-Curie ITN. (530,000 EUR). Node PI: Gredebäck, G.
     
  • 2018-2024. Infant’s Sense of Number - Investigating Cognitive Mechanisms and Training Interventions for Learning Mathematics Early in Life II. Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation (860,000 EUR). PI: Gredebäck, G.
     
  • 2017-2020. Motor Learning in Development. The Swedish Research Council (600,000 EUR). PI: Stapel, J.
     
  • 2017-2019. Pupillary Contagion in a Developmental Context. The Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences (630,000 EUR). PI: Fawcett, C.
     
  • 2017-2021. Pro Futura Scientia XI fellowship. The Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences and Swedish Collegium for Advanced Studies (ca 500,000 EUR). PI: Falck-Ytter, T.
     
  • 2016-2019. Autism biomarkers: Do impairments in visual processing in infancy predict the emergence of symptoms in early childhood? Swedish Research Council. (510,000 EUR). PI: Falck-Ytter, T.
     
  • 2016-2018. Infant’s Sense of Number - Investigating Cognitive Mechanisms and Training Interventions for Learning Mathematics Early in Life I. (498,000 EUR). The Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences PI: Lindskog, M.
     
  • 2016-2020. Unfolding autism and ADHD: convergent and divergent pathways in infants at risk. The Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences. (1,100,000 EUR). PI: Falck-Ytter, T.
     
  • 2015-2019. The role of synchronous imitation in the development of joint action. Swedish Research Council. (350,000 EUR). PI: Fawcett, C.
     
  • 2015-2017. Integrated view on disruptions of early brain development (Brainview). EU-Marie-Curie ITN (253,399 EUR). Node PI: Falck-Ytter, T.
     
  • 2015-2016 Chopsticks: Motion sensors for medical diagnosis and habilitation. SPARC-funding for innovative technology from Department of information technology. (21,000 EUR) Node PI: Gredebäck, G.
     
  • 2014-2016. Predicting infants, a Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship (200,000 EUR). PI: Stapel, J.C.
     
  • 2013-2018. The social foundation of cognition. Wallenberg Academy Fellows grant. (1,500,000 EUR). PI: Gredebäck, G.
     
  • 2013-2017. Developmental Social Cognition and Action Understanding. ERC-Starting Grant. (1,500,000 EUR). PI: Gredebäck, G.
     
  • 2012-2017. The role of the early family environment in the development of cognitive self-regulation: A five year longitudinal study. Swedish Research Council. (436,000 EUR). PI: Brocki, K.
     
  • 2012-2017. New Leads on Pathogenic Pathways and Cost Effective Evidence-Based Care in Neurodevelopmental Disorders (a program in collaboration with KIND at Karolinska Institutet). (1,080,000 EUR) Node PI: Falck-Ytter, T.
     
  • 2012-2016. Unifying the field of developmental social cognition. Swedish Research Council. Replaced by ERC-StG from 2013 (1,100,000 EUR) PI: Gredebäck, G.
     
  • 2012-2015. Action research: Improving understanding and methodology in early development, a Marie-Curie ITN. (540,000 EUR) Node PI: Gredebäck. G.
     
  • 2012-2014. What processes govern our ability to predict the goal of other people’s actions? Swedish Research Council. (370,000 EUR), PI: Gredebäck, G.
     
  • 2012-2014. Early moral development: from prosocial preferences in infants to collaboration with peers in preschool children. Swedish Research Council. (300,000 EUR), PI: Kenward, B.
     
  • 2011-2014. The relation between aggression, executive function, and peer relations in children. The Swedish Council for Working Life and Social Science. (270,000 EUR)
     
  • 2011-2013. Sensitivity to signals of communicative intent in infancy. Riksbankens Jubileumsfond. (~150,000 EUR). Node PI: Gredebäck, G.
     
  • 2011-2013. Infant Interaction, a Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship for Career Development. (190,000 EUR). PI: Fawcett, C.
     
  • 2010-2013. Robot-doc: Robotics and Development of Cognition, a Marie-Curie ITN. (450,000 EUR) Node PI: Gredebäck, G.
     
  • 2010-2013. What in adult attracts young children’s attention? Swedish Research Council. (122,000 EUR). PI: Stenberg, G.
     
  • 2010-2013. Early precursors of cognitive control. Swedish Research Council. (227,000 EUR) PI: Bohlin, G.
     
  • 2010-2012. Studies of functional brain development in infancy. Swedish Research Council. (165,000 EUR) PI: Rosander, K.