Brain and Cognitive Development Lab

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

 

Welcome to the Brain and Cognitive Development Lab website.  We are located in the Psychology Department on the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign campus.  The lab is directed by Dr. Daniel C. Hyde, Assistant Professor of Psychology.  We study cognitive development from infancy to adulthood using brain and behavioral measures.


Lab News

Dr. Hyde’s paper on the relationship between number sense and later numerical development is featured on Reuters Health.


New paper on the relationship between number sense and math development in children is published. [press release]


Dr. Hyde discusses the link between early number sense in infancy and mathematical abilities in childhood on National Geographic Blog.


BCD Lab is awarded an NSF grant to study the development of counting.


Paper on how the infant brain learns about magnitudes is published.


BCD Lab joins Beckman I-Kids Center researchers on 5 year, 8 million dollar grant to study the effects of plastics on infant brain development. [link]

Brain and Cognitive Development Lab

Dept. of Psychology

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

157 Psychology Building

603 East Daniel St.

Champaign, IL  61820

217-300-2934

bcdlab@illinois.edu

© Brain and Cognitive Development Lab 2012