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Women in ATTENTION
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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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Julia WolskaManchester Metropolitan UniversityTutorjuliawolska@gmx.deAttention, Attention and Motor Control, Cognition and Emotionno- I am still a junior researcherYes, I would be interested in collaborations on research topics. I currently have no ongoing research projects to offer. Apart from the networking hub interests I ticked, I'm generally interested in open science and increasing diversity and inclusion.
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Brooke MacnamaraCase Western Reserve UniversityAssociate Professorbnm24@case.edu
https://caslabs.case.edu/macnamaralabs/
skill acquisition, expertise, cognitive abilities
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Amy LebkuecherPenn State UniversityPhD Candidateaxl413@psu.edulanguage, motor planning, statistical learning, primingYes, I would like to explore possible postdoc opportunities.
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Sharon MoreinAnglia Ruskin UniversitySenior Lecturersm9113@aru.ac.ukhttps://www.moreinlab.comControl, the self and psychopathologyYes, already mentor others could do this for another person but also looking for experienced mentor for myselfYes, can offer UK based experience, would like to expand my network and activities as feel quite siloed at present
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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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Mallory TerryUniversity of Guelph PhD Studentterry@uoguelph.ca
https://drivelab.uoguelph.ca/main-page-research/visual-attention-lab/
visual-motor coordination, sustained visual attentionI would be interested in meeting other graduate students or faculty in my area of research as I really miss these sorts of informal conversations that typically happen at conferences. I have found in the past that online networking can be a bit more difficult than in person, so I think it would be good to have some structure/ set topics to discuss at first to guide discussions. This is just a suggestion but I am open to anything really, just looking to make meaningful connections and continue my professional development!
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Annabel CohenUniversity of Prince Edward IslandProfessoracohen@upei.camusicog.discoveryspace.ca
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Joo-Hyun SongBrown UniversityAssociate Professorjoo-hyun_Song@brown.edu
https://vivo.brown.edu/display/js21
Integrating perception, cognition and actionYesYes. I am interested in developing new interdisciplinary collaborations.
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Varsha SinghIndian Institute Of Technology DelhiAssociate Professorvsingh@hss.iitd.ac.in
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Varsha-Singh-21?ev=hdr_xprf
Cognitive 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.ca
https://christyxueyingshao.wixsite.com/neuroaesthetics
neuroaesthetics/ 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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Andrea KieselUniversity of FreiburgProfessor
kiesel@psychologie.uni-freiburg.de
https://www.psychologie.uni-freiburg.de/Members/kiesel
multitasking, action
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Kayla SansevereTufts UniversityGradúate StudentKayla.sansevere@tufts.eduMultitasking
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Liuba PapeoCentre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), FranceTenured researcherliuba.papeo@isc.cnrs.frwww.liubapepo.comsocial perception and cognition, object and action knowledge, word understanding
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Nancy CarlisleLehigh UniversityAssistant Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Sciencenbc415@lehigh.edu
https://sites.google.com/lehigh.edu/carlislelab
Attention, Working Memory, Attentional Control, ERPs, EEG, eye trackingYes, occasional (1-2/semester)
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Julia HaafUniversity of AmsterdamAssistant Professorj.m.haaf@uva.nlhttp://julia.ntzwrk.net/Cognitive inhibition, mathematical modeling, Bayesian statisticsI am happy to mentor someone. I will be on leave soon but starting 2022 I am happy to also have (semi-)regular meetings with a junior scientist in my field. I am interested in networking. I would be particularly (but not exclusively) interested in networking with fellow female scientists in Europe as I don't have a huge network here yet. I am both interested in substantive exchange and talk about being an (early-career woman) academic.
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Katerina DrakoulakiNational and Kapodistrian University of AthensPhD student
katerina.drakoulaki@gmail.com
kdrakoulaki.netlify.apppsycholinguistics, music cognition, language disorders
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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 brief zoom meetings or phone calls either monthly or every couple of weeks).Yes. I would like to connect with researchers at a similar career stage (i.e., faculty who are currently applying for tenure, or recently promoted to Associate Professor), to discuss a variety of topics, including how to balance research/teaching/service commitments at this career stage, advice for mentoring postdocs and graduate students on the job market, ideas for future research projects and grant applications, etc.
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Mary PetersonUniversity of ArizonaProfessormapeters@arizona.edu
https:https://petersonlab.wixsite.com/visualperceptionlab
Perception and Memory; interactions between semantics and perception; perceptual organizationYes. Via Email and Zoom; speed networkingYes.
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Morton Ann GernsbacherUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonVilas Research Professor & Sir Frederic Bartlett Professor of Psychologymagernsb@wisc.eduwww.GernsbacherLab.orghuman communication, including atypical and Internet-basedYes; four to five hours a monthSure
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Cheryl Cohen, PhDNone at present; PhD UCalifornia, Santa Barbara, 2008none at presentdrcheryl316@gmail.com
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Cheryl-Cohen-2
Interventions 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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Snehlata JaswalChaudhary Charan Singh University, Meerut, IndiaProfessor and Headsneh.jaswal@gmail.comYes - meeting one person online once a week to begin with
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Yelda SemizerNew Jersey Institute of TechnologyAssistant Professoryelda.semizer@njit.edu
http://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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Tanya DashCRIUGMPost-doctanya.dash@outlook.combilinguism & cognitive controlyesyes
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Jiangxue Valentina NingThe New School for Social ResearchPhD studentningj@newschool.eduMentors, friends, colleagues
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Kate ArringtonLehigh UniversityProfessorkate.arrington@lehigh.eduhuman multitasking in lab and lifeYes. Open to one-off meetings with junior faculty Interested in connecting with researchers who are exploring visual attention, cognitive control, and decision making in real world tasks
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YaelManchester Met UniversitySenior Lecturery.benn@mmu.ac.uk
https://www.mmu.ac.uk/health-psychology-and-communities/staff/profile/index.php?id=2168
Numerical Cognition, Goal directed behaviour, information processing
Yes. My availability is flexible and depends on time of the year, but I am an experienced and committed mentor, and have mentored people from high school up to Lecturer level.
Very interested in networking. I am able to help with fMRI analysis, study designs and ideas, and often need help with analysis using R, or complex stats. I am also seeking large data sets for analysing aspects of numerical cognition post brain damage- any offers welcome!
Embodied cognition
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Kara MooreOklahoma State UniversityAssistant Professorkara.moore@okstate.edu
https://calmlab.mystrikingly.com/
Prospective memory, misinformation, retrieval monitoring, development of retrieval monitoring, eyewitness memory, prospective person memory, eyewitness identificationYes, 1-3xs/hrs yearYes, collaborators
Cognitive Development
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Maaike EsselaarManchester Metropolitan UniversityPhD Student19007487@stu.mmu.ac.ukCognitive biases in chronic painNoYes, meeting others from different institutions
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Julie HigginsManhattanville CollegeAssociate Professor of Psychologyjulie.higgins@mville.eduMemory; Working Memory; Cognitive Aging; Executive Function; AppliedYes. Willing to have 2-3 online conversations per year for advise, etc.Yes. Connect to other memory, aging, or applied memory researchers.Cognitive Aging
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Doris ChowUniversity of British ColumbiaPostdoctoral Research Fellow (3rd year)doris.hm.chow@ubc.cahttp://visualcognition.ca/spering/doris.htmlPerception, Eye Movements, Multisensory IntegrationYes (1 hr per week, would love to support undergrad students/grad students/junior postdocs with personal/career development and/or brainstorm solutions)Yes (looking to connect with likeminded folks who are interested in mentoring and developing people's potential, folks who are interested in sharing struggles in career exploration)Cognitive Development
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Melisa MencelogluBrown UniversityPostdocmelisa_menceloglu@brown.edu
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Theresa MowadLehigh UniversityGraduate Research Assistanttgm320@lehigh.eduCognitive control, memory, attentionYes
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Catherine ReedClaremont McKenna CollegeProfessorclreed@cmc.eduhttps://www1.cmc.edu/pages/faculty/CLReed/index.htmlembodied perception, cognition, and emotion; multisensory integrationYesYes
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Elisabeth LindnerGerman Primate CenterPhD Studentelindner@dpz.eu
https://www.dpz.eu/en/unit/cognitive-neurosciences/about-us.html
Motor control, perception, action-effect prediction, sense of agency, EEGYes
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Sarah ShomsteinGeorge Washington University Professorshom@gwu.edu
https://home.gwu.edu/~shom/ACL/
attentional selection, cognitive control, visual searchyes: email, zoomyes
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Lydia DevenneyLetterkenny Institute of TechnologyPostdoc research fellow (2nd year)lydia.devenney@lyit.ielydiadevenney.comAttention, emotion regulation, memory, motivation, signal detection, teaching, learning, student engagement, cognition and human performance during an alcohol hangoverYes, I'm happy to help where possible
Yes, I'm interested in networking and collaborating in an inclusive and open manner on all things cognition, reproducibility and good experimental practice! I'm also interested in just talking postdoc experiences!
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Joy GengUniversity of California DavisProfessorjgeng@ucdavis.edugenglab.ucdavis.eduattentional selection, expectations, semnatics, visual search Yesyes
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