Home pages of Cognitive Psychologists that contain significant information about the individual's work and/or give online access to it. Cognitive, sometimes called Experimental, Psychologists do experimental research on topics such as memory and reasoning. Psychologists who do research on sensation and perception (i.e., vision, hearing, etc.) often consider themselves to be Cognitive Psychologists, but there is a separate category for Sensation and Perception
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Adelson, Edward H.
Human and machine vision. (MIT, USA)
Aha, David W.
Models of planning and reasoning (Navy Center for Applied Research in AI)
Allen, James R.
Natural language understanding (Univ. of Rochester, USA)
Active vision (Univ. of Maryland, USA)
Vision (UC San Diego, USA)
Arkin, Ronald C.
Behavior-based control and action-oriented perception for mobile robots (Georgia Tech, USA)
Computational models of motor and language acquisition. (ex. UC Berkeley, USA)
Animal cognition, comparative psychology, and learning and behavior (UCLA)
Brooks, Rodney A.
Cognition in autonomous robots (MIT, USA)
Working memory and navigation (Univ. College London, UK)
Busey, Thomas A.
Visual recognition, modeling (Indiana Univ.)
Calvin, William H.
Brain evolution (Univ. of Washington, USA)
Visual attention and imagery (Southampton U., UK)
Consciousness and the philosophy of mind (Univ. of Arizona, USA)
Dynamics of human memory (Vanderbilt Univ., USA)
Cohen, Dale J.
Early vision, attention, drawing (Univ. of North Carolina at Wilmington, USA)
Durgin, Frank H.
Visual psychophysics and top-down effects (Swarthmore College, USA)
Visual psychophysics and modeling (Purdue Univ., USA)
Embodied cognition and language learning (Indiana Univ.)
Models of reasoning and analogy-making (Georgia Tech, USA)
Cognitive, computational, and neural basis of human reasoning and problem solving using lesion studies, computational modelling, and neuroimaging techniques involving PET and fMRI (York University)
Categorization (Indiana Univ.)
Green, Christopher D.
History of psychology, theoretical cognitive science (York Univ., Canada)
Greenwald, Anthony G.
Experimental and social psychology (Univ. of Washington, USA)
Philosophy of cognition and representation (U. of California, San Diego, USA)
Categorical perception, scientific communication (Univ. of Southampton, UK)
Categorization, memory, inductive reasoning (UC Merced, USA).
Holtzman, David A.
Olfactory and vomero nasal chemosensory development, spatial learning and memory in snakes. (Rochester University, USA)
Language evolution (Univ. of Edinburgh, UK)
Invariance properties of the human visual system (Univ. of Mannheim, Germany)
Visual attention (USC, USA)
Jacobs, Robert A.
Computation, learning, modularity, neural competition.
Computational and robotic vision (York Univ., Canada)
Jordan, Michael I.
Models of visuomotor and other learning (Univ. of California, Berkeley, USA)
Cognitive Development (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
PhD student in phonetics and cognitive psychology. (University of Paris, France.)
Linguistics of color names (UC Berkeley, USA)
Kersten, Daniel J.
Visual psychophysics (Univ. of Minnesota, USA)
Representation in everyday activity (Univ. of California at San Diego, USA)
Cognitive development (Carnegie-Mellon Univ., USA)
Knight, Bruce W.
Biophysics of visual system (Mount Sinai, USA)
Knill, David C.
Visuo-motor control, psychopsychics, computational vision (Univ. of Rochester, USA)
Biophysics and neurophysiology of attention and awareness (Caltech, USA)
Sensory modeling (University College, London)
Loftus, Elizabeth F.
False memory (Univ. of Washington, USA)
Software agents (MIT, USA)
Dynamic aspects of perception and short-term memory (Univ. of Chicago, USA)
Connectionist modeling (Univ. of Texas, USA)
Sociobiology (UC San Diego, USA)
Mobile robots and their psychology (Carnegie-Mellon Univ., USA)
Morten Fjeld, ETH
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, Switzerland: Cognitive Ergonomics (CE)
Mozer, Michael C.
Computational models of vision, attention and neurological disorders (Univ. of Colorado, USA)
Embodied lexical development (UC Berkeley, USA)
Nelson, Randal C.
Robotic vision and manipulation (Univ. of Rochester, USA)
Vision and attention (Univ. of Paris V, France)
O'Reilly, Randall C.
Biologically based computational models of cognition (Univ. of Colorado, USA)
Psycholinguistics (LSCP, EHESS, Paris)
Language acquisition, prosody (Univ. of Hawaii, USA)
Plaut, David C.
Computational psycholinguistics (Carnegie-Mellon Univ., USA)
Pollack, Jordan B.
Neural network and evolutionary learning (Brandeis Univ., USA)
Computational models of learning (Georgia Tech, USA)
Redish, A. David
Neural models of navigation and memory (Univ. of Arizona, USA)
Visual psychophysics (Weizmann Inst., Israel)
Neurally motivated computational models of learning (UC Berkeley, USA)
Computational neuroscience of vision, image processing (NYU, USA)
Cognitive ontology (SUNY Buffalo, USA)
Somers, David C.
Neural modeling of vision (Boston U., USA)
Mathematical psychology of human information processing (UC Irvine, USA)
Cognitive effects of smoking and Alzheimer's (Washington College, USA)
Visual psychophysics and neuroscience (Weizmann Inst., Israel)
Cognition and poetry (Tel Aviv Univ., Israel)
Action and perception (LPPA, France)
Artificial intelligence (UC Berkeley, USA)
Wolfe, Jeremy M.
Visual search (Harvard Univ., USA)
BBC Desert Island Discs: Steven Pinker
Steven Pinker, cognitive psychologist and writer, is interviewed by Kirsty Young. (June 30, 2013)
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