SLI researcher looks at spatial skills learned through play
A new study by SLI researchers suggests that objects—everything from cars, birds, and faces to letters of the alphabet—look significantly different to people familiar with them.
People searching for something can find it faster if they know what to look for. But new research funded by SLI suggests knowing what not to look for can be just as helpful.
Distinguished scientists and educators gathered at Johns Hopkins University this week to highlight cutting-edge research on human learning, from pioneering neuroscience to novel pedagogical approaches.
npj Science of Learning is the first journal to bring together the findings of neuroscientists, psychologists, and education researchers to understand how the brain learns. The journal is published in partnership between The University of Queensland and Nature Publishing Group (NPG).
Jonathan Plucker, will join Johns Hopkins University in January as the inaugural Julian C. Stanley Professor of Talent Development.
The Kavli Foundation and its university partners announced this morning the founding of three new neuroscience institutes, including one at Johns Hopkins. The new Kavli Neuroscience Discovery Institute at The Johns Hopkins University, expected to launch in early 2016, will bring an interdisciplinary group of researchers together to investigate the workings of the brain.
A team of JHU researchers are among those selected for the ASpIRE Challenge in speech recognition.
Four SLI researchers have received Johns Hopkins University's new Discovery Awards to bridge medicine and engineering.