Cognitive science’s Fey Parrill, Jeffrey J. Shymanski write article published in Applied Cognitive Psychology

Fey Parrill, professor of cognitive science, and PhD student Jeffrey J. Shymanski recently had their work published in Applied Cognitive Psychology.

Alongside collaborator Susan Wagner Cook, an associate professor at the University of Iowa, Parrill and Shymanski wrote an article titled “Using the hands to learn about the brain: Testing action-based instruction in brain anatomy.”

Their research explored how using gesture and action can help undergraduates learn brain anatomy.

Read the paper.