Profiles in "Cognitive Science" Expertise Area

  • Dr. Holloway is currently teaching for the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences and is the director of the Cognition, Learning, and Neuroscience Lab.
  • Neuberg's interests include evolutionary approaches to human sociality; stigma; prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination; motivation influences on cognition; and religion and conflict.
  • Glenberg studies cognitive science, specifically the embodied theory of cognition. He and his team have developed EMBRACE, an iPad application for language comprehension.
  • McBeath's research interests include perception, baseball, audition and navigation.
  • Dr. Amazeen's research focuses on the discovery of common lawful mathematical principles that govern the behavior of psychological systems.
  • Azuma's research focuses on attention, memory and language processing.
  • Cooke is director of GSI's Center for Human, AI, and Robot Teaming and a professor of human systems engineering who studies individual and team cognition and implications for complex sociotechnical systems.
  • Amazeen specializes in ecological and dynamical approaches to perception and action.
  • Sanabria studies basic behavioral and cognitive processes underlying behavioral regulation in various species, and applies this research to the study of psychiatric disorders.
  • Greg Stone's research interests include artificial neural networks, word recognition, mathematical modeling, and theoretical methods.