Two UNC researchers win Lumosity grant
Joseph Hopfinger and Kathleen Gates, professors at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, on Tuesday received the first Human Cognition Grant from Lumosity.
The $150,000 grant is dedicated to advancing the understanding of neural bases of cognitive training and will support research that investigates changes in brain connectivity.
Hopfinger is a professor of cognitive psychology and Gates is a professor of quantitative psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Lumosity is a cognitive training and neuroscience research company.