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Timothy Myers


Timothy Myers is nearing his final year of doctoral studies under the supervision of Dr. Dénes Szücs in the Centre for Neuroscience in Education (Department of Psychology). He uses neuroimaging techniques such as EEG and fMRI to investigating how numbers are processed in the human brain, particularly with regard to the modality or modalities in which numbers are stored and retrieved. He completed his Ed.M. from Harvard University where he studied in the Mind, Brain and Education program. His final project was a study that examined whether EEG could be used to accurately measure deductive reasoning. As an undergraduate, Timothy studied at Southwestern A.G. University where he earned a B.S. degree in elementary education.

Research Interests

Number Cognition, Dyscalculia


  • EEG
  • developmental dyscalculia
  • cognitive neuroscience


  • numerical cognition
  • electro-encephalograhy (EEG)
  • developmental dyscalculia