Faculty Accepting ACBS Students for the 2015-16 Application Cycle
John Kounios, PhD
Cognitive psychology/cognitive neuroscience, focusing primarily on problem solving, intelligence, and creativity; specializing in electrophysiological methods (EEG, ERP, neurofeedback), and other behavioral and neuroimaging methods.
Dan Mirman, PhD
Cognitive science/cognitive neuroscience, focusing on phonological, semantic, and cognitive control aspects spoken language processing and individual differences; methods include behavioral and eye-tracking experiments, computational modeling, cognitive neuropsychology (patient studies), and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS).
Chris Sims, PhD
Research areas: Learning and decision-making under uncertainty; Visual memory; Perceptual expertise; Sensorimotor control and interactive behavior. Research methods: Computational models of cognition; Machine learning; Eyetracking; Human motion capture studies.
Zoe Zhang, PhD
Neuroimaging data analysis; Data mining; Bayesian inference; High dimensional data analysis.