In May 2014 Klingerg lab organized a one-day symposium devoted to a new research field that is beginning to take shape – a field combining issues from both the educational sciences and cognitive neuroscience.
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Roi Cohen Kadosh, University of Oxford; Can Neuroscience Enhance Education?
Dr Paul Howard-Jones, University of Bristol; Neuroscience in Education: What is the distance to application and how should we travel it?
Torkel Klingberg, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm; Working memory and mathematics – from neuroimaging to interventions.
Dr. Yulia Kovas, University of St Petersburg; Genetic and environmental contributions to individual differences in mathematical motivation, ability, and achievement.
Lars Nyberg, Umeå University; Neural correlates of the testing effect.
The symposium was funded by Kronprinsessans Victorias Stiftelse för vetenskaplig forskning och utbildning