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Baruch College Offers Expertise on Social Cognitive Neuroscience
Jennifer Mangels is a Professor of Psychology and Principal Investigator of the Dynamic Learning Lab at Baruch College. She is available to comment on:
— Social, cognitive and affective neuroscience
— Gender differences in achievement and learning in STEM disciplines
— Decision making in social networks
Mangels has spoken widely on applications of cognitive neuroscience to learning, including the keynote addresses at the 2007 and 2011 Learning and the Brain conferences.
She has written more than 35 articles for various publications including Science. She has been awarded grants from the Institute for Educational Sciences, National Science Foundation, the National Institute of Health and the Department of Defense (Army Research Laboratories).
Mangels is a member of the Doctoral Faculty in Psychology at CUNY, Cognitive Neuroscience subprogram, which is located at the City College of the New York.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Delaware and a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley. She is also an Adjunct Research Associate at Columbia University.