Funded Research Grants

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Principal Investigator(s)Project TitleInstitutionFunding Period
2018-19 Grants Funded
Drs. Brett Gunn and Robert Moore
A Combined Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback and Progressive Aerobic Exercise Intervention for the Rehabilitation of Post-Concussion Syndrome
University of South Carolina 9/1/2018 -10/31/2019
Dr. Julia Strait
Executive Functioning and Maltreatment-Related Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
University of Houston-Clear Lake 1/1/2019 to 1/1/2020
Dr. Daniel Hajovsky and Dr. Ethan Villeneuve
A Quantile Regression Analysis of Cognitive Ability and Component Skill Predictors of Reading, Writing, and Math Achievement
 
University of South Dakota  9/1/2018 to 8/31/2019 
Dr. Asha Vas Cognitive-Physical-Functional Correlates in Chronic TBI Texas Woman's University 9/1/2018 to
8/31/2020
Dr. Joman Natsheh Behavioral Correlates of Action Control in Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Kessler Foundation 9/1/2018 to 7/31/2019
2017-18 Grants Funded
Dr. Denise E. Maricle Validation of the Functional Cattell-Horn-Carroll (F-CHC) Theoretical Nomenclature  Texas Woman's University

01/01/18 to 12/31/18

Dr. Pei-Pei Liu Outcome processing in social interactions in individuals with traumatic brain injury: An investigation using pupillometry Kessler Foundation, NJ

9/01/17 to 08/31/18

Estibaliz Blanco-Elorrieta The Neural Basis of Impoverished Speech Perception of Bilinguals in Noise. New York University 9/1/17 to 12/31/18
2016-17 Grants Funded
Dr. Asha Vas Strategic Memory and Advanced Reasoning Training (SMART) in Stroke Survivors Texas Woman's University 9/1/16 to 8/31/18
Dr. Matthew Henley Cognitive Abilities Associated with Proprioceptive Aptitude Texas Woman's University Completed
Dr. Allison Dempsey Performance Differences in Young Children across Digital & Paper Modalities  University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Completed
Dr. Daniel Hajovsky CHC Cognitive Abilities and Written Expression Latent Relations in School-Age Children: A Gender by Age Multiple-Group Moderation Analysis. Poster of Results [.pdf] University of South Dakota Foundation 10/1/16 to 8/31/18
Dr. Rebecca "Lanai" Jennings-Knotts GORT-5 and WJ IV ACH Tests of Reading: A Comparison Study Marshall University 1/1/17 to 7/31/18
Dr. Laura Spenceley Identifying Embedded Validity Indicators in the WJ Tests of Cognitive Abilities Oswego State University of New York 3/1/17 to 5/31/19
Ms. Jackie Hart and Dr. Scott Loe Cognitive and Academic Characteristics of Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder University of Nevada - Las Vegas 5/15/17 to 6/1/18
2015-16 Grants Funded
Dr. Sneha Bharadwaj Reading intervention in school-aged children with hearing loss. Texas Woman’s University Completed
Dr. Andrew Davis The relationship between independent living, executive functioning, and CHC theory as measured via the WJ-IV. Ball State University 1/1/16 to 5/31/18
Dr. Scott Decker Predicting Academic Deficits in Children Using Cognitive Profiles and Measures of Brain Connectivity South Carolina Research Foundation Completed
Dr. Andy Pham Inhibitory Control and Working Memory in Bilingual Children  Florida International University Completed

 

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