Trey Avery III
Fairhaven College of Western Washington University, B.A. American Cultural Studies
‣ the effects of mindfulness based practices and programs on attention, stress and learning
‣ the effects of early education programs (like Head Start and Universal Pre-K)
‣ differential effects of literacy training in children and adults
Keeling, R., Avery, T., Madoff, J., Whipple, E. (2011) Student Health. Rentz's Student Affairs Practice in Higher Education, 4th Edition.
This project aims to evaluate children’s ability to pay attention, manage stress, and control impulses using a combination of biological and behavioral measures including electroencephalography (EEG), a minimally-invasive form of functional brain imaging, biomarkers of stress found in saliva and parental surveys.
The goal of the research is to determine which measures are most useful in measuring small differences in developing children and in measuring the effects of mindfulness programs and activities.
The project is a multidisciplinary collaboration of the Neurocognition of Language Lab (www.tc.edu/neurocog) and the National Center for Children & Families (www.policyforchildren.org) at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Garcia, F., Avery, T., Khamis-Dakwar, R. & Froud, K. (Accepted for CNS 2014) ERP responses to subject agreement violations in African American English: evidence for diglossic representation.
2013, Recipient of Provost’s Student Research Grant: $1,000
2012, Contributor / Lab Manager — Provost’s Investment Fund: $20,000
- Cognitive Neuroscience Society (2010-2014)
- New York Academy of Sciences (2009-2014)
- International Mind, Brain and Education Society (2009-2013)
- Teachers College Mindfulness and Education Working Group (2011-2014)
- Metro-Area Research Group on Awareness & Meditation (MARGAM) (2011-2013)
- Society for Psychophysiological Research (2012-2013)
Cognitive Neuroscience and Education (2013) - TA / Lecturer
Invited Lecture: Fall 2012 & Summer 2013: The Neurobiology of Mindfulness Meditation, Teachers College, Columbia University, Program in Clinical Psychology
BBSN 5000: Elctencphigrphy Lab Mthds
Centers and Projects
NCCF is co-directed by Teachers College professors Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Virginia and Leonard Marx Professor of Child Development and Education and Sharon Lynn Kagan, Virginia and Leonard Marx Professor of Early Childhood and Family Policy.
for more information, please visit: http://ccf.tc.columbia.edu/