Dr. Laurence Miller
Division: Graduate Studies, Undergraduate Studies
Dr. Miller is an author, a licensed psychologist, and a learning and educational technology consultant. He is best known for his clinical work in helping children and adults with learning problems and learning disabilities. He is also the author of numerous articles in the field of learning and intelligence that have appeared in major psychology and education journals. He has written a book for non-professionals entitled Mind Magic: How to Make Your Mind Work for You.
Dr. Miller’s articles deal with diverse aspects of the subject of intelligence and learning, including the development of intelligence in children, learning problems and learning disabilities, problem solving, computer intelligence, bilingualism, and distance education. As a student, he worked with Jean Piaget, generally regarded as the most important child psychologist of the twentieth century and Seymour Papert, known as the leading pioneer in the field of computers and learning. He has worked as a Visiting Scientist at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at MIT.
Dr. Miller earned his doctorate from Harvard University. He has taught at the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development at New York University since 1999.