Rhonda Douglas Brown, PhD

Associate Professor of Cognitive Developmental Psychology, UC

Joint appointment in the School of Education in the Early Childhood Education & Human Development and Educational Studies programs and the Psychology Department in the College of Arts & Sciences

Director of the Developmental & Learning Sciences Research Center  

Research Fellow at the Arlitt Child & Family Research & Education Center.  

Rhonda Douglas Brown, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Cognitive Developmental Psychology at the University of Cincinnati with a joint appointment in the School of Education in the Early Childhood Education & Human Development and Educational Studies programs and the Psychology Department in the College of Arts & Sciences. She is Director of the Developmental & Learning Sciences Research Center and a Research Fellow at the Arlitt Child & Family Research & Education Center.  Dr. Brown’s research projects include investigations of children’s math difficulties/disabilities including co-occurring reading disabilities and memory development using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and behavioral measures, as well as preschoolers’ science learning in nature PlayScapes.