Daniel Bullard

Learn More
Discrete jumps in knowledge, as exemplified by single-trial learning, are critical to survival. Despite its importance, however, one-trial learning remains understudied. We sought to better understand the brain activity adaptations that track punctuated changes in associative knowledge by studying visual-motor associative learning with functional magnetic(More)
When presented with a problem-solving task, children sometimes fail to discern relevant pieces of information. Instead, they base their judgment on irrelevant information, sometimes ignoring corrective feedback. How could experience highlight relevant information? Using insights from complexity science, the current paper tests the usefulness of adding(More)
Introduction The goal of every medical and rehabilitation service for children experiencing traumatic injury is to return the child and family to full participation in typical and meaningful daily activities. While previous studies have described the cognitive, physical, behavioral and health outcomes of traumatic and acquired brain injury, massive burn(More)
  • 1