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    - Justin Halberda, PhD
    Johns Hopkins University

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

NameLab / SchoolAge GroupFocusGrant Supported
Stephen Petrill Ohio State University 11 year olds, Twins Acuity and Heritability TBA
Jay OThree brats.com
UC Irvine
Approximate Numerical Sense
Jim King INACS Brain Imaging Laboratory
Institute for Neuroscience and Consciousness Studies, Inc. (INACS)
Developmental Dyscalculia
Anna Shusterman Cognitive Development Lab
Wesleyan University
2-5 year olds Acuity and Counter Level, Number Representation and Deafness NSF CAREER 0845966: The role of language in childrennulls acquisition of number concepts
Maha Adamo Developmental Neuroimaging Lab
UCSD Center for Human Development
Development, functional connectivity NIH R01-HD-060595: Development of the functional neural systems for face expertise
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
Frank Haist Developmental Neuroimaging Lab
UC San Diego
Brain development of face processing and social cognition NIH 5R01HD060595: DEVELOPMENT OF THE FUNCTIONAL NEURAL SYSTEMS FOR FACE EXPERTISE
Robert Siegler Carnegie Mellon University 10-12 year olds Approximate Number System, Number Line Estimation and Mathematics Achievement IES R305A080013: Improving Childrennulls Numerical Understanding
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
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
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
Gail Jones NC State University 8-18 year olds, Undergraduates Acuity and Spatial Scale Representation TBA
Ken Nakayama Vision Sciences Lab
Harvard University
11-85 year olds Acuity Across Lifespan TBA
Daphne Bavelier Brain & Vision Lab
University of Rochester
Undergraduates Acuity and Video Game Intervention TBA
Veronique Izard Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception
CNRS & Université Paris Descartes
lots ERC FP7 263179: MathConstruction