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Dr. Ray Perez S.

Program Officer

Navy

Direct Phone: (703) ***-****       

Navy

5720 Integrity Drive

Millington, Tennessee 38055

United States

Company Description

WASHINGTON (NNS) -- The Navy's first black Sailor to be promoted to the rank of captain died April 16 in Norfolk. more

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Background Information

Employment History

Program Manager

Office of Naval Research

Program Manager, Office

Naval Research

Education

B.A. Degree
Psychology
University of California Los Angeles

M.A. Degree
Educational Psychology
University of California Los Angeles

Ph.D.

Ph.D. degree
Educational Psychology
University of California Los Angeles

doctorate
Psychology
University of California at Los Angeles

masters degree
Psychology
University of California at Los Angeles

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Dr. Ray Perez, a program officer in ONR's Warfighter Performance Department, states that "leg injuries are particularly difficult to treat since different points of entry cause different levels of blood loss.


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2nd TPOC: Ray Perez Phone: (703)696-4986 Email: ray.perez@navy.mil


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Ray Perez, a program officer at the ONR's warfighter performance department, said, "We have discovered that video game players perform 10 to 20 percent higher in terms of perceptual and cognitive ability than normal people that are non-game players.


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Upcoming Show: 1/20/2010 2:00 PM Dr. Ray Perez, program officer with the Office of Naval Research, will discuss how video games can impact adult "fluid intelligence," the fundamental ability to reason and solve problems

in novel contexts. When people think of the U.S. Navy, they may visualize ships, planes, and other military hardware -- not necessarily neuroscience or cognitive research. Scientists studying brain function point to a growing body of research suggesting that the brain continues to learn and improve cognitive function with age. Dr. Perez, who is contributing to a growing body of research on how the brain functions, will discuss the Navy's interest in "brain plasticity" and "fluid intelligence" and how today's neuroscientific research may literally change the way we think 10 years from now. Listen here.


A Gamer's Education - Education through games

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Upcoming Show: 1/20/2010 2:00 PM Dr. Ray Perez, program officer with the Office of Naval Research, will discuss how video games can impact adult "fluid intelligence," the fundamental ability to reason and solve problems

in novel contexts. When people think of the U.S. Navy, they may visualize ships, planes, and other military hardware -- not necessarily neuroscience or cognitive research. Scientists studying brain function point to a growing body of research suggesting that the brain continues to learn and improve cognitive function with age. Dr. Perez, who is contributing to a growing body of research on how the brain functions, will discuss the Navy's interest in "brain plasticity" and "fluid intelligence" and how today's neuroscientific research may literally change the way we think 10 years from now. Listen here.

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