Sabine Doebel, Assistant Professor, Psychology, received $2,784 from the University of Texas at Dallas on a subaward from the National Science Foundation for: “Subaward Project GARDEN: Innovating Developmental Science with an Online, Scalable Meta-Science Platform for Investigating Cognitive Development During Early Childhood.”
Regarding the importance of the project, Doebel said, “Project GARDEN will leverage online methodologies to gather data from a large, diverse sample of preschoolers, fostering collaborations across universities, and creating an accessible platform for ongoing studies. GMU is contributing to this project by developing a module to assess young children’s executive functioning.”
This funding began in Sept. 2023 and will end in late Nov. 2024.
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