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School of Education Post about our New Grant

Published on September 27, 2016, by in Uncategorized.

The School of Education has a new post out about the NICHD R01 grant that we received.  The story describes the broad picture of our five-year longitudinal study to examine the neural and behavioral predictors of fractions abilities in 2nd and 5th grade children, who we will follow until 5th and 8th grade, respectively.  For


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Ed Neuro Lab and MELD lab jointly awarded NICHD R01

Published on September 17, 2016, by in Uncategorized.

The Ed. Neuro. Lab and the MELD lab have received official word that we have jointly been awarded an R01 grant from NICHD (1R01HD088585 project description on NIH Reporter). This five-year project will follow two groups of children from 2nd-5th grade, and from 5th-8th grade, to explore the behavioral and neural foundations of fractions to test


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Congrats to PhD Students

Published on September 11, 2016, by in Uncategorized.

Welcome to the beginning of the 2016-2017 Academic Year, everyone! As we say goodbye to summer, I just want to take a quick moment to congratulate our PhD students for their accomplishments this summer: Radhika Gosavi for proposing her Master’s Thesis John Binzak for proposing his Master’s Thesis Liz Toomarian for passing her Preliminary Exam


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Toronto, Here We Come

Published on September 3, 2016, by in Uncategorized.

The Ed Neuro Lab will be in Toronto, ON Canada for the International Mind, Brain and Education Society (IMBES) meeting from September 15-17.  Ed will present as part of a symposium titled “MBE perspectives on the learning of fractions and their magnitudes” on Saturday, September 17, and Liz and Radhika will present their posters on


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