Faculty

UA Faculty

Professor, Psychology. Key words: clinical psychology, psychophysiology, neuropsychology
Associate Professor, Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences. Key words: language, learning and memory.
Assistant Professor, Psychology. Key words: neuroscience of internally-guided cognition, memory, emotion, language of thought, fMRI
Professor, Linguistics. Key words: phonology
Associate Professor, Computer Science. Key words: object recognition and image understanding, computer vision
Professor, Psychology; Associate Director, BIO5 Institute; Director, Evelyn F. McKnight Brain Institute. Key words: brain changes during the aging process, effects on information processing and memory in the elderly
Associate Professor, Linguistics. Key words: syntax, semantics, language processing and acquisition
Professor, Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences (Department Head). Key words: communication disorders in adults
Assistant Professor, School of Information. Key words: machine learning, natural language processing, computational linguistics
Regents Professor, Linguistics. Key words: language processing, behavioral neuroscience
Professor, Linguistics. Key words: syntactic theory
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing.
Assistant Professor, Psychology. Key words: resting-state brain functional connectivity, non-invasive brain stimulation (e.g., TMS), brain functional organization and behavior, mind wandering
Assistant Professor, Psychology. Key words: cost-benefit decision-making, navigation and memory consolidation.
Associate Professor, Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences
Associate Professor, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Key words: collective decision making in insects
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology
Assistant Professor, Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences
Professor, School of Information Resources and Library Science. Key words: Epistemology, Deception, Philosophy of Information
Assistant Professor, Linguistics. Key words: language processing and acquisition, language universals and language evolution.
Associate Professor, Psychology. Key words: computational neuroscience of motivated learning and memory, population coding
Associate Professor, Linguistics. Key words: computational linguistics
Professor, Psychology. Key words: infant language learning, language production
Professor, Psychology (Department Head). Key words: neuropsychology, cognitive rehabilitation
Associate Professor, Psychology. Key words: statistical learning, infant language learning, cognitive development
Assistant Professor, Psychology. Key words: learning, consciousness,memory
Professor, Linguistics. Key words: morphology, phonology, experimental phonology, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics
Professor, Linguistics. Key words: syntax, morphology, lexical semantics
Professor, Philosophy. Key words: philosophy of mind, metaphysics, philosophy of language, epistemology, decision theory
Associate Professor, Philosophy. Key words: dynamical systems, situated cognition, self-organization, reduction and emergence
Professor, Linguistics (Department Head). Key words: theoretical syntax
Assistant Professor, Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences. Key words: language, acquired language disorders, neuroimaging
Associate Professor, Management and Organizations. Key words: strategic decision making, inter-group conflict, group decision making
Assistant Professor, Psychology and Cognitive Science.
Key words: Cognitive Neuroscience of Language, Psycholinguistics, Semantics
Associate Professor, Mathematics. Key words: applied nonlinear dynamics, computational methods, stochastic nonlinear phenomena in physical and biological systems, computational neuroscience, dynamical systems, ergodic theory, Monte Carlo methods and applications.
Professor, Philosophy (Department Head). Key words: philosophy of mind
Professor, Linguistics. Key words: syntactic development, child language
Professor, Psychology, Regents Professor. Key words: behavioral neuroscience, memory systems
Professor, Philosophy. Key words: experimental philosophy, cultural evolution, free will and cognitive theories of the imagination
Professor, Psychology. Key words: language processing aphasia
Assistant Professor, Linguistics. Key words: child language acquisition, phonological perception and production, adult phonological processing
Professor, Management and Organizations. Key words: judgment and decision making, management and consumer behavior, judgments of fairness
Assistant Professor, Linguistics. Key words: language documentation, semantic and pragmatic theory.
Professor, Psychology; Director of Cognitive Science Program. Key words: visual perception
Professor, Linguistics. Key words: language and mind, judgment and decision making
Professor, Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences. Key words: developmental language disorders, neuroimaging
Assistant Professor, Marketing. Key words: Experiential consumption (aesthetic design, food portion size, happiness)
Relationships (trust in interpersonal relationships, consumer-brand relationship)
Neurophysiological explanations of consumer behavior
Methods (behavioral experiments, psychometrics, fMRI, response accuracy, data triangulation)
Assistant Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese; Key words: linguistic theory, experimental phonology, sound change, bilingualism, sound categorization
Associate Professor, Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences. Key words: speech perception
Associate Professor, Disability and Psychoeducational Studies. Key words: sign language, syntactic and lexical development
Associate Professor, School of Information: Science, Technology, and Arts. Key Words: natural language processing, applied machine learning
Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering. Key words: neural networks, complexity, agent-based simulation; additional web site (to access this website, please cut and paste into your browser): http://miklosnszilagyi.blogspot.com/
Assistant Professor, Educational Psychology. Key words: learning, memory, understanding of fundamental cognitive processes, student learning
Associate Professor, Linguistics. Key words: phonology, morphology
Associate Professor, Linguistics. Key words: phonetics, experimental phonology
Associate Professor, Linguistics. Key words: phonology, computational linguistics
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology and the Cognitive Science Program. Key words: computational modeling, psychophysics, pupillometry and brain imaging

Courtesy Appointments (Non-UA Faculty)

Associate Professor, Psychology, Arizona State University. Key words: Ecological and dynamic approaches to perception and action
Associate Professor, Psychology, Arizona State University. Key words: Coordination dynamics
Associate Professor, School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering, Arizona State University. Key Words: Personalized digital learning, Informatics, Educational Technology
Associate Professor, Speech and Hearing Science, Arizona State University. Key Words: working memory, episodic memory, language processing in bilinguals, older adults, and individuals with cognitive impairments
Adjunct Faculty, Psychology, Arizona State University. Key Words: Magnetic resonance imaging and cognitive studies of brain-behavior relationship, especially in neurological conditions (autism, aging and Alzheimer ’s disease, depression)
Associate Professor, Human Systems Engineering, Arizona State University. Key Words: Evolutionary, social and emotional constraints on Attention, Perception, Memory and Action
Associate Professor, College of Technology and Innovation, Arizona State University. Key Words: Human Factors and Human Computer Interaction in Healthcare, Aviation and Product Design
Brewer , Gene ; (PhD University of Georgia ),
Assistant Professor, Psychology, Arizona State University. Key words: Human Memory, Cognitive Control, Cognitive Neuroscience
Professor, Learning Sciences Institute, Arizona State University. Key Words: Cognitive Engagement, Collaborative Dialogues in Learning, Learning Science Concepts and Conceptual Change
Professor, Psychology, Arizona State University. Key Words: Language, reading, learning in the context of instruction, including classroom instruction
Professor, Applied Psychology, Arizona State University. Key Words: Cognitive engineering, knowledge elicitation, cognitive task analysis, team cognition, team situation awareness, team training, mental models, expertise, human-computer interaction, command-and-control of unmanned aerial vehicles, emergency response systems, healthcare, cyber security
Associate Professor, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Arizona State University. Key Words: Cognitive dynamics, communication and language, deception
Regents Professor, Division of Curriculum and Instruction, Arizona State University. Key Words: Linguistics, socio-linguistics, literacy, video games
Professor, Psychology, Arizona State University. Key Words: Embodied Cognition, Learning, Action and Perception, The Great Unconformity
Professor, Psychology, Arizona State University. Key Words: Word Perception, Face Perception and Memory, Attention
Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychology, Sensation and Perception & Cognitive Psychology textbooks. Key words: perception, attention, cognition, memory, language, thinking
Associate Professor, Human Systems Engineering, Arizona State University. Key Words: perceptual-motor control in driving, sports and aviation; haptic and multisensory interfaces; simulation; training and skill-acquisition
Professor, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Arizona State University. Key Words: Self-regulation and self-regulated strategy development; writing and the reading-writing connection; teacher quality and professional development; students at-risk and those with high incidence disabilities
Professor, Psychology, Arizona State University. Key Words: Human categorization, attention & search, memory for dynamic events
Associate Research Scientist, Learning Sciences Institute, Arizona State University. Key Words: Educational games and assessment of learning especially for STEM, text comprehension, mental health, and nutrition exergames targeting youth at risk for obesity and diabetes
Professor Emeritage, Psychology, Arizona State University. Key Words: Models of action
Adjunct Professor, Psychology.
Key words: Associative and Semantic Memory
Adjunct Faculty, University of Arizona, Cognitive Psychology; and, Secretary/Treasurer, Psychonomic Society. Key words: Memory and Metamemory
Associate Professor, Education Leadership and Innovation, Arizona State University. Key Words: Learning Strategies, Instructional Manipulatives
Professor, Psychology, Arizona State University. Key Words: Computational modeling of Perception-Action and Embodied Cognition, with emphases in Sports, Music, Navigation, and Biomimetic Robotics
Associate Professor, Sols Administration, Arizona State University. Key Words: Behavioral ecology
Professor, Learning Sciences Institute, Arizona State University. Key Words: Comprehension, Knowledge and Skill Acquisition, Intelligent Tutoring, Game-based learning environments, Natural language processing, writing and learning strategies
Senior Vice President, Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development, Arizona State University. Key Words: Human-centered multimedia computing; face/gait analysis and recognition; haptic user interfaces; medical image processing; media processor designs; ubiquitous computing environments for enhancing quality of life for individuals with disabilities
Associate Professor, Speech and Hearing Science, Arizona State University. Key Words: Bilingual language assessment and intervention; Spanish acquisition; language impairment
Associate Professor, Kinesiology, Arizona State University. Key Words: Behavioral neuroscience approach to exercise and Down syndrome
Associate Professor, Speech and Hearing Science, Arizona State University. Key Words: language, working memory, aphasia, neuroimaging
Professor, Sols Administration, Arizona State University. Key Words: Production, function, and perception of color signals in animals, especially butterflies
Associate Professor, Psychology, Arizona State University. Key Words: Animal cognition, associative learning, timing and time perception, choice and decision making
Professor, Biological and Health Systems Engineering, Arizona State University. Key Words: Neural control of movement
Associate Professor, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Arizona State University. Key Words: Individual differences in working memory capacity
Associate Professor, Psychology, Arizona State University. Key Words: Mathematical modelling, Word perception, and Reaction Time analysis
Associate Professor, Engineering, Arizona State University. Key Words: Human Machine Integration, Robotics, Perception for Mobile Robots
Associate Professor, Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, Arizona State University. Key Words: Research Interests: Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Probability, Discrete Geometry
Assistant Professor, School of Arts Media and Engineering, Arizona State University. Key Words: Computer Vision, computational activity modeling, mobility interventions
Emeritus Professor, Computing Information and System Engineering, Arizona State University. Key Words: Cognitive neurosciences
Professor, English, Arizona State University. Key Words: Syntax; biolinguistics; mind/brain; language evolution
Assistant Professor, Engineering, Arizona State University. Key Words: Intelligent tutoring; computer-supported collaborative learning; personalized learning environments
Research Professor, Speech and Hearing Science, Arizona State University. Key Words: Auditory behavioral neuroscience

Affiliate Faculty

Professor Emeritus, Management and Organizations. Key words: decision behavior
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Linguistics. Key words: phonetics/phonology, Native American languages, historical linguistics, animal communicaiton
Forster , Kenneth I. ; (),
Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology and Cognitive Science Program
Professor Emeritus, Departments of Psychology and Linguistics, Cognitive Science Program
Emeritus Professor, Psychology. Key words: neuropsychology, memory and aging
Associate Professor-Child Health, College of Medicine-Phoenix
Professor of Neurology, Psychology, and Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences; Chief, Neurology Section, Southern Arizona VA Health Care System, Tucson AZ. Keywords: Behavioral Neurology, Disorders of Spoken and Written Language (Aphasia/Alexia/Agraphia), Face Recognition Memory, Executive Function, Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia
Emerita Professor, French and Italian. Key words: bilingualism, language acquisition
Philosophy faculty, Associate Professor. Keywords: epistemology, philosophy of mind and cognitive science, aesthetics, experimental philosophy