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Garrett Cardon

Assistant Professor, Communication Disorders

130 TLRB

Dr. Cardon is a cognitive neuroscientist and audiologist currently working on projects related to atypical sensory processing in autism and other developmental disabilities, as well as cortical plasticity in adults and children with hearing loss. To investigate brain-behavior relationships related to the above, he uses EEG and MRI/fMRI. Dr. Cardon is also investigating how to facilitate empathy between autistic and neurotypical individuals through both scientific and artistic representations of the mind.