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Edward Hubbard

Edward Hubbard

Expert on human brain functions, brain development, perception and cognition, and brain imaging

Assistant professor, educational psychology School of Education Work: 608-265-2607 — Home and cell phones available upon request emhubbard@wisc.edu Home page

Topics

  • Cognitive neuroscience: brain circuits that support mental activities, including perceiving and learning and doing math.
  • Educational neuroscience: educational impacts on brain development, and how different brains learn, and interactions between learning, brains and teaching.
  • Neural basis of synesthesia: sensations in one sense trigger experiences in a second sense (e.g., letters elicit colors).
  • Brain imaging: the use of functional brain imaging (fMRI) to study brain function in children and adults.

Achievements

  • Editor, Oxford Handbook of Synesthesia

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