Nina completed her MSc in Developmental Psychopathology at Durham University. Her research explored the relationship between phonological processing skills and arithmetic strategy use in school-aged children.
Nina was awarded a Durham Doctoral Teaching Fellowship to start her PhD on the neural underpinnings of children’s number-word learning.
Sophie is an undergraduate student at Georgetown University majoring in Psychology and English with a minor in Mathematics. Sophie was awarded the Georgetown Royden B Davis Fellowship for a summer studentship at Durham University to investigate arithmetic strategy use in children.
Jess is an undergraduate RA going into her third year at Durham University. Jess joined the team under the Year 2 Research Assistant Scheme. Jess has been doing research in collaboration with Dr. Katie Allen on the relationships between working memory and math.
Jess is an undergraduate RA going into her third year at Durham University. Jess joined the team under the Year 2 Research Assistant Scheme. Jess is working on a project in collaboration with Dr. Katie Allen on the cognitive predictors of math skills.