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Women in REASONING
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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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Brooke MacnamaraCase Western Reserve UniversityAssociate Professorbnm24@case.eduhttps://caslabs.case.edu/macnamaralabs/skill acquisition, expertise, cognitive abilities
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Kelly MichaelisNINDS and Georgetownpostdockcmichaelis@gmail.comspeech perception, brain stimulation, EEG, biofeedback, cognitive control, statistical learningYes - 1hr/week - happy to help with editing manuscripts, grants, advising Yes. I work with all-male superiors who have benefitted from old-school academia. Interested in discussing science ideas, as well as how to reform the lab culture without being labeled "problematic" or "difficult"
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Varsha SinghIndian Institute Of Technology DelhiAssociate Professorvsingh@hss.iitd.ac.inhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Varsha-Singh-21?ev=hdr_xprfCognitive processing, Affective process, Motor cognition, Functional localisation, mind and modularity.YesInterested in co-editing a special topic in decision making, or collaborating within the broad area of cognitive neuropsy. or cognitive affective neuroscience. Recent focus on cognitive sex differences
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Christy ShaoMcGill UniversityUndergraduate studentxueying.shao@mail.mcgill.cahttps://christyxueyingshao.wixsite.com/neuroaestheticsneuroaesthetics/ cognitive neuroscience/ vision/ psychiatryLooking to networking with senior WiCS student or professors! Potentially looking for RA or intern positions as a research student.
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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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Cheryl Cohen, PhDNone at present; PhD UCalifornia, Santa Barbara, 2008none at presentdrcheryl316@gmail.comhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Cheryl-Cohen-2Interventions to mitigate effects of misinformation; please see https://cogbites.org/2021/03/01/the-implied-truth-effect/Yes. To be discussed.Yes. Interested in connecting with researchers working on efforts to counteract misinformation
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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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Rotem Botvinik-NezerDartmouth College, NH, USAPostdocrotemb9@gmail.comhttps://sites.dartmouth.edu/canlab/people/rotem-botvinik-nezer/Neuroscience, beliefs, expectations, placebo, neuroimaging, open science, reasoning, inference
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Clarissa ThompsonKent State UniversityAssociate Professorcthomp77@kent.eduwww.clarissathompson.commath cognition, learning, transfer, analogy, SoTLYes. Monthly meeting?
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Priya KalraU.W. MadisonPostdocpkalra2@wisc.eduhttps://sites.google.com/view/priyabkalraMemory, implicit learning, relational reasoning, expertise
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Margarita PavlovaUniversity of Kansasgraduate studentmargarita.velinova@gmail.comhttps://sites.google.com/view/margarita-pavlova/welcomeanalogy, reasoning, cognitive developmentNot now.Yes. Navigating the post-doc market as an international student in the U.S.Cognitive Development
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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)
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Theresa MowadLehigh UniversityGraduate Research Assistanttgm320@lehigh.eduCognitive control, memory, attentionYes
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Carola SalviUniversity of Texas at AustinSenior Scientistcarola.salvi@gmail.comcarolasalvi.itCognitive neuroscience, Problem solving, Creativity, social-cognitive reasoning, eye tracking, brain stimulation, patientsYesInterest in collaborations and provide mentorship
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