Research Laboratories

Research Opportunities in Cognitive Science

Research opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students are available in the following cognitive science laboratories. Interested students can take advantage of research-based experiences by talking with the faculty members associated with the lab. Undergraduate credit can be earned by enrolling in independent research in any one of the disciplines that participate in cognitive science (PSYC 3806, PHIL 3859, ITCS/ITIS 4230, or ENGL 3852). Graduate credit can be earned by enrolling in Readings & Research, (PSYC 6899/8899), Individual study, (ITCS 8880, 8990), thesis or dissertation research.


 

Faculty Directed Labs in Cognitive Science

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Celine Latulipe - Human Computer Interaction Lab, Human Computer Interaction Lab
John Gero - Design Cognition Lab, Design Cognition Lab
Mark Faust - Cognitive Neuroscience & Control Processes, Associate Professor/Director of Cognitive Science
Marvin Coy - Human Reasoning, Problem Solving, and Intelligent Tutoring, Human Reasoning, Problem Solving, and Intelligent Tutoring
Mary Michael - Languague Lab, Language Lab
Paula Goolkasian - Perception and Human Performance, Professor Emeritus