Psychologist Creates Tool for Measuring Memory

With support from a $2.9 million grant, Jamie Edgin is testing the effectiveness of an innovative touchscreen children's memory assessment that started as a homemade project. 

Psychologist Jamie Edgin studies human memory at the University of Arizona, where her research often involves working with very young children and children with intellectual disabilities.

Published Date: 
10/05/2016 - 10:11


Jamie Edgin Awarded 5 Year Grant from National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

Congratulations to  Jamie Edgin, who has just been awarded a 5-year grant from NICHHD. The goal of the multi-site study (with UC Davis and Drexel University) is to develop valid and sensitive measures of cognitive functioning in individuals with fragile X syndrome and Down Syndrome that can be used as primary outcome measures in clinical trials.

Published Date: 
09/23/2016 - 15:05

First Alfred W. Kaszniak Graduate Fellowship

Congratulations to graduate student Aubrey Wank. She is the first recipient of the fellowship established in honor of Dr. Al Kaszniak, to support first-year graduate students with research interests in the neuropsychology of emotion and aging.

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Published Date: 
09/22/2016 - 09:50


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