William James Fellow Award
Experiential, Genetic, and Epigenetic Effects in Human Neurocognitive Development
Helen J. Neville
University of Oregon
In this abstract, Neville will describe findings from her team's basic research on neuroplasticity and also how those findings led them to develop and implement a training program for low socioeconomic-status families. Measures of parenting and, in 3- to 5- year-olds, cognition and event-related-potential measures of attention and language document large, significant, and enduring effects on neurocognitive function.
Helen J. Neville is a recipient of the Association for Psychological Science (APS) William James Fellow Award for her lifetime of significant intellectual contributions to the basic science of psychology.
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