Western University, Canada.
I have the great privilege to work with all the brilliant people in this laboratory on questions such as: “How are number represented in our brains?”, “How does the brain change with learning and development?” and “How can we use what we are learning about the basic mechanisms underlying our numerical abilities to inform education?”. I have been working on these problems together with amazing students (at both the undergraduate and graduate levels) as well as post-docs for the past decade. We adopt a ‘Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience’ approach in our research program. By doing so, our lab seeks to understand more about how children learn about numbers using both behavioural and brain-imaging methods. We are committed to making contributions to basic knowledge as well as finding ways to translate what we learn in the laboratory into the classroom. In this way, we are committed to the emerging fields of ‘Mind, Brain and Education’ and ‘Educational Neuroscience’.