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Michael C. Frank (Assistant Professor)

Michael C. Frank (650) 724-4003
Personal bio
Michael Frank received his PhD from the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at MIT and his Bachelors degree in Symbolic Systems and Comparative Literature from Stanford. He uses experimental and computational methods to try and figure out how children learn language. He has also done research on the relationship between language and cognition, with a focus on numbers and mathematics.

Currently teaching
HUMBIO 3B: Behavior, Health, and Development (Winter)
PSYCH 132: Language and Thought (Spring)
PSYCH 251: Experimental Methods (Autumn)
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