Dr. Sarah Berger

College of Staten Island of the City University of New York


Dr. Berger investigates the cognitive development of young children in the context of locomotion. She studies how infants acquire the problem-solving skills they need to navigate the world, particularly when there is an obstacle in their way. She also examines the relationship between sleep and motor problem solving.

Paid summer research internships for undergraduates are available! Click here

For information about doing an Independent Study in Dr. Berger’s lab for course credit, click on the “undergraduate research” link above.

Dr. Berger is currently on sabbatical for the Spring 2019 semester.

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Department of Psychology

The College of Staten Island

2800 Victory Blvd., 4S-221A

Staten Island, NY 20314

Office: 718-982-4148

Lab: 718-982-3770


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