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    Johns Hopkins University

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People Using Panamath

Below is a selection of researchers and educators who have used Panamath in their own work.

NameLab / SchoolAge GroupFocusGrant Supported
Barbara Landau Language and Cognition Lab
Johns Hopkins University
3-9 year olds, Adults w/ Williams Syndrome Acuity, Number and Space NIH NINDS R01NS050876: Spatial representation in Williams syndrome
Justin Halberda Laboratory for Vision and Cognition
Johns Hopkins University
3-85 year olds Approximate Number System NIH R01HD057258-02: Development and Function of Nonverbal Number Approximation,
NSF EAGER DRL0937675: The Psychophysical Assessment of Number-Sense Acuity
Ellen Peters Ohio State University Undergraduates and Adults Acuity and Risky Decision Making TBA
Veronique Izard Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception
CNRS & Université Paris Descartes
lots ERC FP7 263179: MathConstruction
Ingemar Holgersson Lincs,
univerity of Gothenburg
Devloping arithmetic competence TBA
Gail Jones NC State University 8-18 year olds, Undergraduates Acuity and Spatial Scale Representation TBA
Jay OThree brats.com
UC Irvine
Approximate Numerical Sense
Jeremy Wilmer Human Variation in Vision Lab
Wellesley College
11-85 year olds, Twins Acuity Across Lifespan and Heritability TBA
Lília Marcelino Lab
Institute of Education Sciences , Universidade Lusófona
Number sense and mathematics achievement TBA
Darrell Worthy Motivation and Cognition Interface lab
Texas A&M University
Primarily decision-making, and models of decision making. Ratio vs. difference comparisons of expected reward. TBA
Natacha Akshoomoff University of California, San Diego NIH 1R01HD061414: Mapping Individual Cognitive Differences to Neural Variance and School Readiness
Ken Nakayama Vision Sciences Lab
Harvard University
11-85 year olds Acuity Across Lifespan TBA
Michele Mazzocco Kennedy Krieger Institute MSDP / JHU Schools of Medicine and Education 14 year olds, 10-14 year olds, 18 year olds Acuity and Mathematics Abilities and Disabilities, School Math Achievement NIH R01HD034061-09
Robert Siegler Carnegie Mellon University 10-12 year olds Approximate Number System, Number Line Estimation and Mathematics Achievement IES R305A080013: Improving Childrennulls Numerical Understanding
Lu Hao Beijing Normal University Mathematical cognition, developmental dyscalculia TBA