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Christine Triumphs in the Great EPSY Baking Showdown

Cheers to Christine, our new baking hero! Golden Spatula winner at the EPSY Showdown! 🥇 If you've ever had a slice of her famous Thanksgiving apple pie, you won't be surprised. A huge congratulations to Christine!

📸 Smiles and Success: NLD Lab’s New Semester Snaps!

Say cheese! The NLD lab squad is all set to conquer the new semester. From joyful grins to our TAMU spirit, these group photos capture the essence of our teamwork and dedication. Here's to another semester of learning and achievements together!  ...

Exploring the Thrills and Fears of Risky Play: A New Publication on Parents’ Perspectives regarding Children’s Risky Play

Congratulations to Jennifer and Paige on their publication regarding parents' perspectives on children's risky play! Their research report investigates parents with children attending Becky Gates Children Center in College Station, Texas, and provides valuable...

🎉 Exciting News! Landmark Paper Accepted: Neurophysiological Correlates of Reading Difficulties in Elementary School Children

Congratulations to Drs. Huilin Sun, Qinxin Shi, and Jia, along with Sadie Pazoki (3rd author), on the acceptance of our groundbreaking paper titled "Neurophysiological correlates of reading difficulties in elementary school children" in Developmental Neuropsychology!...

🌟 Welcome to the Lab! 🌟

A big welcome to Ying Xu, Juan Quinonez, and Mai Tran as they join our lab! Ying and Juan will strengthen our 'biometrics and reading' team, while Mai will contribute to our transfer project. We're excited to have their expertise and dedication onboard. Let's achieve...

Congratulations to Dr. Megan Nguyen!

We are proud of Dr. Megan Nguyen, who successfully defended her dissertation entitled 'Perceived Injustice and Pain Outcomes in Youth with Chronic Pain"! Megan will pursue a future in pain research, starting as a clinical fellow at Harvard Medical School!  They will...

2022 Learning Science Poster Award

Hearty congratulations to our winners of the LS Conference Poster Award! First Place: Saeedeh Pazoki (Neural correlates of reading) Brain Signatures of Reading Difficulty in Elementary Students: A Study of the N400 Effect Second Place: Christine Richie (Academic...

Paper published on Cell phone use and self-regulation!

Drs Joshi, Woodward, and Woltering were wondering whether there were advantages to cell phone use to learn to self-regulate. Findings mostly showed that advantages to self-regulation, if any, were minimal and that these were far outweighed by the disadvantages...

Congratulations to Dr. Sun!

The hot summer begins with some exciting news! Linda Sun has successfully completed her defense! Her presentation on reading difficulties in primary school students and the N400 effect wowed the committee. She will continue her studies in this field, and we thank her...

A new paper accepted! The journey of freshmen engineering student

Congratulations Dr. Mahati Kopparla and Megan Nguyen for getting their paper accepted in European Journal of Engineering Education. Undergraduate STEM retention has been a longstanding concern. Specifically, majors such as engineering have experienced a high dropout...