Dr. Daniel Ansari

 

 

Dr. Ansari's research focuses on gaining a better understanding of how children develop numerical and mathematical competencies, why some children fail to acquire basic calculation skills (Developmental Dyscalculia) as well as what brain circuits are associated with the processing of numbers and our ability to calculate.

 

In 2009 Dr. Ansari received the ‘Early Career Contributions’ Award from the Society for Research in Child Development; and in 2011 he was awarded the Boyd McCandless Early Researcher Award from the Developmental Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association

 

He serves as an associate editor for the journals ‘Developmental Science’ and ‘Mind Brain and Education’ and since 2011 he is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Mind, Brain and Education Society.

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