Our new article describing how individual differences in perceptual ratio processing relate to college student’s math abilities (especially fractions) is now out in Psychological Science. Matthews, P.G. Lewis, M.R. and Hubbard, E.M. (2015). Individual Differences in Nonsymbolic Ratio Processing Predict Symbolic Math Performance, Psychological Science, first published on December 28, 2015 as doi:10.1177/0956797615617799 In this
Ed was interviewed for a story about synesthesia, The Science Behind Why Some People Can Taste Words, by Laura Donovan for ATTN magazine. The story focuses on lexical-gustatory synesthesia, and how synesthetes might use their experiences in learning and memory.