Arthur Wingfield, Ph.D.
Arthur Wingfield, Ph.D., is director of the Memory and Cognition Laboratory and professor of psychology at Brandeis University. His recent research has been focused on production, comprehension, and memory for speech in normal aging and after stroke.
Slow But Sure in an Age of “Make It Quick”
As we get older, our ability to hear and remember is challenged by everything from noisy airports, to automated voice mail menus, to rapid-fire TV commercials. Brandeis University scientists Tun and Wingfield show how we can play to the strengths of aging brains in ways that will benefit everyone.