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Promote an understanding of neuroscience research within the educational community. We hope to achieve this goal by promoting neuroscience research that has implications for educational practice and by providing a forum for the issues and controversies connecting these two fields.

Friday, September 22, 2017
2006 Annual Meeting, San Francisco

Brain, Neurosciences, and Education SIG Sessions
AERA Annual Meeting, San Francisco 2006

Special Presidential Session

Education and Neuroscience: Will Collaborations Enhance the Public Good?
Time: Sat, Apr 8 - 4:05pm - 6:05pm
Place: Moscone Center South, Esplanade Ballroom, Section 301

Virginia Berninger, University of Washington
Brian Butterworth, University College London
Carol Dweck, Columbia University
John Geake, Oxford Brookes University
Jennifer Mangels, Columbia University
Roy Pea, Stanford University, Discussant

Invited Paper Sessions

Developmental Neuroscience: Are there Implications for Educational Neuroscience?
Time: Fri, Apr 7 - 4:05pm - 6:05pm
Place: Moscone Center North, Exhibit Level, Rm 110

Michael Atherton, University of Minnesota, Chair
The Development and Neural Bases of Cognitive Flexibility and Executive Function
Adele Diamond, University of British Columbia
The Neural Bases of Quantitative Reasoning: Insights from Typical and Atypical Development
Susan Rivera, UC Davis
Developing Memory: Relations Between Brain and Behavior in Infancy and Early Childhood
Patricia Bauer, Duke University
John Geake, Oxford Brookes University, Discussant

The Neuroscience of Reading: What Brain Processes are Involved in Reading?
Time: Sun, Apr 9 - 10:35am - 12:05pm
Place: Moscone Center West, 2nd Floor, Rm 2002

Read Diket, William Carey College, Chair
The Development of Phonological Awareness: Evidence from fMRI
Russell Poldrack, UCLA
Brain Activation during Sentence Comprehension among Good and Poor Readers: Evidence of Developmental Trends
Ann Meyler, Carnegie Mellon University
Brain Mechanisms of Reading Development
Bruce McCandliss, Sackler Institute/Cornell University

The Neuroscience of Reason and Emotion
Time: Sat, Apr 8 - 8:15am - 10:15am
Place: Moscone Center North, Exhibit Level, Rm 110

Carol Fry Bohlin, California State University – Fresno, Chair
Mixed Signals: How the Same Face Means Different Things Across Development
Nim Tottenham, Sackler Institute for Developmental Psychobiology
The Teen Species: Learning to Integrate Cognition and Emotion
Abigail Baird, Dartmouth College
Research Findings in the Neuroscience of Decision Making
Stephanie Preston, University of Michigan

2006 BNE-SIG Submitted Sessions

Submitted Paper Session

Educational Neuroscience: Research, Ethics, Teaching, and Application
Time: Sat, Apr 8 - 10:35am - 12:05pm
Place: Moscone Center West, 2nd Floor, Rm 2001

David Wodrich, Arizona State University, Chair
Center of Excellence for Learning in Education, Science, and Technology (CELEST)
Daniel Franklin, Boston University; Stephen Grossberg, Boston University; Paul Trunfio,
Neuroscience and Education: Towards Integrated Investigations
Paul Howard-Jones, Graduate School of Education
On the Convergence of Neuroethics, Imaging and Education
Judy Illes, Stanford University; Katie Alton, Stanford University; Thomas Raffin, Stanford University
Launching a Graduate Education Course in Educational Neuroscience
Stephen Campbell, Simon Fraser University

Roundtables

Educational Neuroscience: Papers on ADHD & PTSD and Behavioral Genetics
Time: Mon, Apr 10 - 4:05pm - 4:45pm
Place: Moscone Center West, 3rd Floor, Rm 3005

MRI Meta Analysis: Compare/Contrast ADHD & PTSD
Miranda Palmer, University of Phoenix; Dawn Strongin, California State University, Stanislaus
The Behavioral Genetics of Reinforcement: A Pilot Study
Jeremy Genovese, Cleveland State University

Educational Neuroscience: Topics in Brain Research and Teaching
Time: Mon, Apr 10 - 12:25pm - 1:05pm
Place: Moscone Center West, 3rd Floor, Rm 3005

A Brain Research Course for Teachers
Colleen Willard-Holt, Pennsylvania State University - Harrisburg
Functional Neuroimaging Evidence for the Involvement of the Frontal Cortex in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Daniel Davies, University of California - Berkeley

Business Meeting

Brain, Neurosciences, and Education SIG Business Meeting
Time: Fri, Apr 7 - 6:15pm - 8:15pm
Place: Moscone Center North, Exhibit Level, Rm 114

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