Anthony D. Wagner, Ph.D.

Anthony  D. Wagner, Ph.D.

Wagner (PhD '97, Stanford) is a Lucie Stern Professor in the Department of Psychology and a deputy director of the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute at Stanford University. He has served on the board of Stanford's Center for Cognitive and Neurobiological Imaging and is a faculty affiliate of the Symbolic Systems Program, Human Biology Program, and Stanford Center on Longevity. His basic science focuses on the psychology and neurobiology of learning, memory, and executive function in young and older adults. His translational research examines aging and Alzheimer's disease, the relationship between multitasking and cognition, and the implications of neuroscience for law. He is a Reviewing Editor at Cerebral Cortex and Cerebral Cortex Communications, and serves on several other editorial boards.

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