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Women in COMPUTATIONAL COGNITION
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WiCS Networking Hubs are intended for use by the research community to support and promote the careers of women in cognitive science. Individuals are encouraged to reach out to other members of the group for networking. Considerate use of the contact information is expected.
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NameAffiliationPositionEmail addressLab or Personal WebsiteResearch TopicsWilling to Mentor? Describe timeframe/commitment.Interested in Networking? Describe needs and offers.
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Annabel CohenUniversity of Prince Edward IslandProfessoracohen@upei.camusicog.discoveryspace.ca
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Nancy CarlisleLehigh UniversityAssistant Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Sciencenbc415@lehigh.eduhttps://sites.google.com/lehigh.edu/carlislelabAttention, Working Memory, Attentional Control, ERPs, EEG, eye trackingYes, occasional (1-2/semester)
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Lindsay PortnoyNortheastern UniversityAssociate Teaching Professorl.portnoy@northeastern.eduGames for learning, design thinking, authentic assessment, upskillingCollaborative research with my doctoral students engaged in action research
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Heather SheridanUniversity at Albany, SUNYAssistant Professorhsheridan@albany.eduhttps://visualcognitionlab.com/reading, visual expertise, visual cognition, eye tracking, EEG/ERPs, computational modelingYes, I would be happy to be a mentor (The best format for me would be zoom meetings or phone calls either monthly or every couple of weeks).
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Yelda SemizerNew Jersey Institute of TechnologyAssistant Professoryelda.semizer@njit.eduhttp://people.csail.mit.edu/yeldasemizer/visual perception, visual search, visual clutter, eye-tracking, visual expertiseYes. Yes. I would be interested in getting in touch with people with similar research interests, attending their talks, and discussing potential collaborations.
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Jiangxue Valentina NingThe New School for Social ResearchPhD studentningj@newschool.eduMentors, friends, colleagues
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Yvonne OberholzerKarlsruhe Institute of TechnologyPhD candidateyvonne.oberholzer@kit.eduhttps://cub.iism.kit.edu/83_96.phpNumerical Cognition, Decision Making, Risk Preferences, Cognitive Modeling
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Xin XieUniversity of Rochesterxxie13@ur.rochester.eduSpoken language processing
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An NguyenJohns Hopkins UniversityPhD Candidatean.nguyen@jhu.eduhttps://annguyen0212.github.io/Language Acquisition, Cognitive DevelopmentInterested in finding a mentor or networking with people with similar background who are working in industry
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Yoolim KimMax Planck Institute for the Science of Human HistoryPostdoctoral Researcherykim6@wellesley.eduPsycholinguistics, language processing, orthographic processing, writing systems, Korean / Hangul. Yes! It would be helpful to receive some external advice (i.e., fresh perspective) to help recalibrate thoughts and ideas and to get general feedback on career-related decisions/trajectory.
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Irina LavrovaTexas Tech UniversityGraduate studentirina.lavrova@ttu.eduhttps://www.depts.ttu.edu/psy/cognition/categorization behavior, language and emotion
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Anna JafarpourUniversity of Washingtonannaja@uw.eduhttps://sites.google.com/uw.edu/annajafarpourmemory; perception; computational neurosciencecareer mentorship, transition from postdoc to assistant professorship
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Elizabeth HallUC DavisGraduate studentEhhall@ucdavis.eduElizabethhhall.comObject and scene perception, memory
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Elizabeth BonawitzHarvard UniversityAssociate Professorlbaraff@gmail.comhttp://ccdlab.rutgers.edu/index.htmlComputational Cognitive Development (causal learning, social-cognitive reasoning)Occasionally (willing to answer questions/brief meetings up to once a month)ReasoningComputational Cognition
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Daphna BuchsbaumBrown University Assistant professordaphna@brown.eduhttp://www.cocodevlab.comComputational cognitive development and comparative cognition
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Kimele PersaudRutgers Univeristy - NewarkAssistant Professorkimele.persaud@rutgers.eduhttps://sites.rutgers.edu/mc2-lab/computational models of visual working and long-term memory; episodic memory in developmentYes. Yes. I would like to network with people with similar reseach interests
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