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Women in OTHER AREAS OF INTEREST
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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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AREA OF INTERESTNameAffiliationPositionEmail addressLab or Personal WebsiteResearch TopicsWilling to Mentor? Describe timeframe/commitment.Interested in Networking? Describe needs and offers.
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Music CognitionAnnabel CohenUniversity of Prince Edward IslandProfessoracohen@upei.camusicog.discoveryspace.ca
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music cognitionKaterina DrakoulakiNational and Kapodistrian University of AthensPhD studentkaterina.drakoulaki@gmail.comkdrakoulaki.netlify.apppsycholinguistics, music cognition, language disorders
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Music CognitionChihiro HondaUniversity at Buffalo, SUNYPhD studentchihiroh@buffalo.eduhttps://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~chihiroh/
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improve outreach within our communities and increase diversity and inclusion in our research and institutionsSarah 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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Gender / LGBTQ-related researchBethany GardnerVamderbilt UniversityPhD studentbethanyhgardner@gmail.comhttps://sites.google.com/view/bethany-gardner psycholinguistics, sentence processing, gender, singular they/them pronouns, conversation memoryPotential collaborators, starting to think about postdoc positions soon
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Cognitive AgingSydney GarlitchUniversity of North Carolina at GreensboroGraduate studentsmcody@uncg.eduhttps://www.uncgmaclab.com/Episodic memory, cognitive agingNoYes. Finding postdoctoral positions, faculty positions, collaborations
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cognitive agingKristi MulthaupDavidson CollegeVail Professor, PSY Department Chairkrmulthaup@davidson.eduhttps://www.davidson.edu/people/kristi-multhaupmemory, cognitive agingYes. Likely most helpful to people aiming for a career at a PUI.Open to working with people interested in memory, cognitive aging
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cognitive agingJulie 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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Social cognitionMin Hooi YongSunway Universitymhyong@sunway.edu.myCognitive agingYes but time is limitedYes with those of similar interests
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Social CognitionMinah KimUniversity of Virginiagraduate studentmk7kc@virginia.edu
social cognition, epigenetics (DNA methylation), neurodevelopmental disorders, cognitive aging, functional connectivity
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Social Cognitiontatiana schnurbaylor college of medicineassociate professorttschnur@gmail.com
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Embodied cognition
Numerical Cognition
YaelManchester Met UniversitySenior Lecturery.benn@mmu.ac.ukhttps://www.mmu.ac.uk/health-psychology-and-communities/staff/profile/index.php?id=2168Numerical Cognition, Goal directed behaviour, information processingYes. 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!
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Numerical CognitionYvonne Oberholzer
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
PhD candidateyvonne.oberholzer@kit.edu
https://cub.iism.kit.edu/83_96.php
Numerical Cognition, Decision Making, Risk Preferences, Cognitive Modeling
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Numerical CognitionClarissa ThompsonKent State UniversityAssociate Professorcthomp77@kent.eduwww.clarissathompson.commath cognition, learning, transfer, analogy, SoTLYes. Monthly meeting?
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Decision making and choice behaviourVarsha 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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Executive Function / FunctioningSharon 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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social & developmental neuroscienceBirgit RauchbauerAix-Marseille University, Francepost docbirgit.rauchbauer@univ-amu.frsocial & developmental neuroscienceyes; to be arranged with mentee; up to twice a month?yes; especially also in a European WiCS hub, willing to coordinate
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Computational modeling / cognitive modeling / statisticsJulia 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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Memory and Perception; semantics and perceptinMary PetersonUniversity of ArizonaProfessormapeters@arizona.eduhttps:https://petersonlab.wixsite.com/visualperceptionlabPerception and Memory; interactions between semantics and perception; perceptual organizationYes. Via Email and Zoom; speed networkingYes.
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disability studies
Morton Ann Gernsbacher
University 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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cognitive disorders / aphasiologyTanya DashCRIUGMPost-doctanya.dash@outlook.combilinguism & cognitive controlyesyes
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Would also be interested in discussing how as cognitive scientists we can better communicate with the publicJudith F KrollUC IrvineDistinguished Professorjfkroll@gmail.comhttps://bilingualismmindbrain.com/research/language learning, bilingualism, cognitive neuroscienceof course as long as time frame is reasonable!Sure
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conceptsBarbara MaltLehigh UniversityProfessor of Psychology and Cognitive Sciencebarbara.malt@lehigh.eduhttps://www.lehigh.edu/~bcm0/bcm0/index.htmlword meaning, concepts, sustainabilityprobably not, since I will be retiring soonNot sure what is expected here
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leadership roles (e.g.dept chairs)Kerri GoodwinTowson UniversityProfessorkgoodwin@towson.eduNetworking re: university leadership roles -- I will be Dept. Chair starting next year, so interested in collective experiences of other women chairs!
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Comparative CognitionVarsha 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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Learning/ SOTL / pedagogySasha CervantesGovernors State UniversityAssociate Professorscervantes2@govst.eduhttps://sites.google.com › view › gsucognitionlab › homeMemory, SOTL, student engagement, creativityYes. I mentor with other organizations as well, so flexibly available on a monthly basis?Always open to collaborators, particularly to expand participant population; but also to provide student research experience
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Cognitive Neuroscience/ creativityCarola 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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Faculty at Primarily Undergraduate InstitutionsEcho LeaverSalisbury UniversityAssociate Professoreeleaver@salisbury.edu
Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging, Applied Psychophysiology/Cognitiv Neuroscience, EEG/ERPs
YesInterested in finding research/training/teaching collaborators and developing a cohort to share trials, tribulations, and solutions for those running labs at a PUI, Also willing to mentor graduate students interested in a career at a PUI or pre-tenure faculty at a PUI
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