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Women in APPLIED 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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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.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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Annabel CohenUniversity of Prince Edward IslandProfessoracohen@upei.camusicog.discoveryspace.ca
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Kristen MacugaOregon State UniversityAssociate Professorkristen.macuga@oregonstate.eduhttps://liberalarts.oregonstate.edu/sps/carve-labPerception and Action, Multisensory Adaptation, Sensorimotor Learning, Tool Use, Motor Imagery, Crowd Dynamics, Driver Behavior, Virtual Reality
Yes, though limited availability during pandemicYes, though limited availability during pandemic
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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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Kayla SansevereTufts UniversityGradúate StudentKayla.sansevere@tufts.eduMultitasking
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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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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.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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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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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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Min Hooi YongSunway Universitymhyong@sunway.edu.myCognitive agingYes but time is limitedYes with those of similar interests
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Sarah Brown-SchmidtVanderbilt UniversityAssociate Professorsarahbrownschmidt@gmail.comsarahbrownschmidt.comlanguage, memory, conversation, amnesia, Alzheimer's disease, quantitative methods, real-world applications of cognitive scienceyes, happy to chat one or more times on zoomyes
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Priya KalraU.W. MadisonPostdocpkalra2@wisc.eduhttps://sites.google.com/view/priyabkalraMemory, implicit learning, relational reasoning, expertise
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Ester NavarroClaremont Graduate University/Tufts UniversityGraduate student/Incoming Postdocester.navarrogarcia@cgu.edubilingualism, social cognition, cognitive abilities, psychometric measurement
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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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Linda HenkelFairfield UniversityProfessor of psychologylhenkel@fairfield.eduhttps://www.lindahenkel.comsource monitoring, false memory, eyewitness memory, false confessions, technology and cognition, reminiscence, cognitive aging Yes
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Kathy PezdekClaremont Graduate University Professor of Psychology Kathy.Pezdek@cgu.eduhttps://www.cgu.edu/people/kathy-pezdek/Memory Happy to mentor. Happy to participate in networking
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Michelle RiversKent State UniversityPhD Candidate/Graduate Studentmlrivers3@gmail.comwww.michellelrivers.comMetacognition, self-regulated learning, memory, educationI can mentor younger graduate students as needed!Needs: writing support, early-career support
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Kara MooreOklahoma State UniversityAssistant Professorkara.moore@okstate.eduhttps://calmlab.mystrikingly.com/Prospective memory, misinformation, retrieval monitoring, development of retrieval monitoring, eyewitness memory, prospective person memory, eyewitness identificationYes, 1-3xs/hrs yearYes, collaborators
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Sandra GrinschglUniversity GrazPostdoctoral researchersandra.grinschgl@uni-graz.athttps://psychologie.uni-graz.at/de/dips/team/sandra-grinschgl/Self-estimation of cognitive abilities, metacognition, cognitive offloading (esp. working memory offloading), human-computer interactionDefinitely. I would like to work together in international research collaborations to share knowledge on, for instance, memory and to potentially collect data across more than one country. I can offer a specialisation on cognitive offloading and metacognition and I'm experienced in designing as well as programming lab and online experiments. Further, I'm currently also working on individual differences research and differential psychology aspects such as intelligence and personality.
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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.
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Maya DimitrovaInstitute of Robotics, Bulgarian Academy of SciencesAssociate Professor of Aplication of Principles and Methods of Cybernetics in Different Areas of Sciencemaya.dimitrova.ir@gmail.com dimitrova.iser@gmail.comhttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Maya-Dimitrova https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=cOYg2_0AAAAJ&hl=bg&oi=aoHuman-robot ineraction, social sensor design, cognition and personality, computational memory and brain research, attention and motivation in learning from/with robots.Yes. I will be glad to participate in online mentoring. I would like to collaborate on design of learning situations, involving robots and methods for data analysis.
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