Meet Our People

The Gibson Institute is directed by Amy Lawson Moore, PhD, a cognitive psychologist and child development specialist with more than 25 years of experience in developmental and psychoeducational assessment, curriculum development, teacher education, program evaluation, and cognition research. She has a master’s degree in education and a PhD in psychology with a concentration in educational psychology, cognition, and quantitative research.  In addition to coordinating neuroplasticity-based intervention research for neurodevelopmental disorders, learning disorders, brain injury, and age-related cognitive decline,  Dr. Moore specializes in cognitive assessment and quantitative data analysis.  Read about our team.