Perception, Action, Cognition Division

There are TWO Ph.D. Programs

Emphasis:

  • Psychological mechanisms involved in spoken and written language.
  • Natural science, law-based approach to perception, primarily interpreted as informational constraints on action.
  • Computational and mathematical modeling of learning strategies, analogical bases to abstract knowledge, and social cognition.

Brochure:

Language and Cognition Program Brochure

Ecological Psychology Program Brochure

 

Core Faculty:

List of People
 NameEmail
Gerald Altmanngerry.altmann@uconn.edu
James DixonJames Dixonjames.dixon@uconn.edu
Carol FowlerCarol Fowlercarol.fowler@uconn.edu
Till FrankTill Franktill.frank@uconn.edu
Roeland Hancockroeland.hancock@uconn.edu
Matthew Heinly
Fumiko Hoeftfumiko.hoeft@uconn.edu
Edward LargeEdward Largeedward.large@uconn.edu
Eric LundquistEric Lundquisteric.lundquist@uconn.edu
Jim MagnusonJames Magnusonjames.magnuson@uconn.edu
Emily MyersEmily Myersemily.myers@uconn.edu
Alexandra Paxtonalexandra.paxton@uconn.edu
Kenneth PughKenneth Pughkenneth.pugh@uconn.edu
Jay RuecklJay Rueckljay.rueckl@uconn.edu
Jerome SehulsterJerome SehulsterJerome.Sehulster@uconn.edu
Donald ShankweilerDonald Shankweilerdonald.shankweiler@uconn.edu
Whit TaborWhitney Taborwhitney.tabor@uconn.edu
Dr. Michael TurveyMichael Turveymichael.turvey@uconn.edu
Eiling YeeEiling Yeeeiling.yee@uconn.edu