PBS faculty and their trainees conduct cutting-edge interdisciplinary research and are recognized as world-class contributors to their fields. In addition, we have numerous faculty and teaching assistants who have been recognized for excellence in mentoring and teaching at the graduate and undergraduate levels. All of these efforts are supported by the outstanding staff and students who are key to the success of our department.

Most members of our department are present in this directory, which can be filtered by Research Areas, Center and Institute Affiliations, and/or Positions. To see groups of researchers with similar interests, regardless of their research areas, try entering relevant search terms below.

Andrew Cohen
Associate Professor
Reasoning, judgment, decision-making, and computational modeling.
Office: Tobin 427
Research Area(s):
Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience
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Professor
My research focuses on human perception and memory using a variety of experimental methods (e.g., behavior, ERP, and fMRI) and computational models (e.g., Bayesian and Neural Network).
Office: Tobin 425
Research Area(s):
Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience
Associate Professor, Associate Chair for Research
Neurocognitive research on basic auditory perception, speech perception, and selective attention with the goal of helping listeners (including children and older adults) understand speech in noise.
Office: Tobin 429
Research Area(s):
Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience, Developmental Science
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Associate Professor
I explore human memory as it unfolds in time by applying computational models that predict both accuracy and response time data. I also investigate methods for improving statistical reasoning.
Office: Tobin 434
Research Area(s):
Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience