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Senior Research Scientist

Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation


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Judith Pokorni
Senior Research Scientist I Judith L. Pokorni, PIRE Senior Research Scientist, has worked in the field of education for several decades. She was the Evaluation Consultant for a CSAP-funded project serving women using drugs and their infants and toddlers. She was the Co-PI with PIRE researcher Marques on a study of the effects of prenatal cocaine exposure on school performance of nine-year-old children (Department of Education). She has collaborated with the local school system as evaluator on numerous investigations including an evaluation of phonological awareness interventions on reading skills of children with language disorders (Department of Education), the use of screen readers by students with learning disorders (Department of Education), and the use of online courses for training of paraprofessionals working with students with disabilities (Maryland State Department of Education). She coordinated a district-wide initiative to train more than 400 school administrators on emergency preparedness. She has collaborated with a software developer to design web-based multimedia products for educators in the areas of prenatal substance exposure and autism. Prior to her work at PIRE, Pokorni directed a number of federally funded projects which produced and evaluated video-based staff development programs directed to health care personnel, educators, and child welfare personnel. Topics of the programs included disabilities, parenting, and preterm infant development. Earlier, Pokorni's major emphasis was provision of staff development for Head Start programs and supervision of teachers-in-training at the University of Maryland, College of Education. Publications by Judith Pokorni


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r. Judith Pokorni, now a researcher for the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE), learned of the Grecos' research and neurofeedback technology system while participating in a PIRE group discussion led by Henry Harbin, a consultant for CyberLearning Technology.
Judy was fascinated by the use of neurofeedback in video games to improve intervention strategies for high-risk children and youth. Judy immediately began designing her next research project with SMART BrainGames in mind. As a prelude to a more formal study, she spent two months working with the technology considering possible populations and research designs with which it might be useful.


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r. Judith Pokorni, now a researcher for the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE), learned of the Grecos' research and neurofeedback technology system while participating in a PIRE group discussion led by Henry Harbin, a consultant for CyberLearning Technology.
Judy was fascinated by the use of neurofeedback in video games to improve intervention strategies for high-risk children and youth. Judy immediately began designing her next research project with SMART BrainGames in mind. As a prelude to a more formal study, she spent two months working with the technology considering possible populations and research designs with which it might be useful.


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r. Judith Pokorni, now a researcher for the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE), learned of the Grecos' research and neurofeedback technology system while participating in a PIRE group discussion led by Henry Harbin, a consultant for CyberLearning Technology.
Judy was fascinated by the use of neurofeedback in video games to improve intervention strategies for high-risk children and youth. Judy immediately began designing her next research project with SMART BrainGames in mind. As a prelude to a more formal study, she spent two months working with the technology considering possible populations and research designs with which it might be useful.


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