David E. Huber
Our research focuses on human perception and memory from a broad-based, computational perspective. To shed light on these basic cognitive processes, we find converging evidence from behavioral studies and neurophysiological measures in combination with neural network and Bayesian modeling. Ongoing research topics include recognition/recall memory, the benefits of retrieval practice, metamemory, letter/word perception, face perception, semantics, shifts of attention, and social cognition.
Learn more at www.psych.umass.edu/people/davidhuber/
- BA Williams College, Psychology and Physics, 1991
- PhD Indiana University, Cognitive Science and Cognitive Psychology, 2000
- Postdoctoral Research University of Colorado, Psychology and Institute of Cognitive Science, 1999-2003