About Gibson Research
Gibson Institute of Cognitive Research is a 501c3 nonprofit
organization founded by cognitive training pioneer Dr. Ken
Gibson in 2014. We conduct research on cognitive
rehabilitation training and cognition assessments to
inform intervention and assessment practices in the fields
of psychology, education, neuroscience, and cognitive
science. We’re taking cognition research to a new level for
ADHD, learning disabilities, dyslexia and reading disorders,
autism spectrum disorders, concussion and traumatic
brain injury, and age-related cognitive decline.
Our research has been published in peer-reviewed medical, psychology, and education journals and presented at conferences
around the country. Click below to see all of our publications.
Gibson Institute is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and operated by a small team of researchers led by cognitive psychologist Dr. Amy Moore. Click below to learn about our Nonprofit Board of Directors, Scientific Advisory Board, and research team.
To ask questions about our research or to connect with one of our research team members, use the contact button below.