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Richard L. Lamb

Associate Professor and Director of the Neurocognition Science Laboratory
University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

Educational technology, virtual reality/augmented reality, cognition and learning

Richard Lamb’s research focuses broadly on the use of educational technology, neuropsychology, neuroscience, and psychometric theory to examine some of the factors that may impede or enable learning in science.

His tools include computational modeling of student cognitive processes, measurement of affective dispositions and identification of physiological systems that are associated with learning via neuroimaging technologies. Recently, he has been exploring the use of educational technology, specifically virtual reality in pre-kindergarten through college level educational environments to study learning.

CONTACT:

Richard Lamb, PhD
Associate Professor and Director of the Neurocognition Science Laboratory
University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education

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