Perception, Cognition, and Language

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Members of the Perception, Cognition, and Language cluster study a range of perceptual, cognitive and communicative mechanisms across the human lifespan. Specific research topics include vision, audition, speech and language, music, memory, and reading. 

Faculty Members

Chambers, Craig
cognitive science; psycholinguistics; spoken language comprehension; language processing across the lifespan

Fukuda, Keisuke
vision; working memory; cognitive neuroscience; EEG 

Johnson, Elizabeth
infant studies; language acquisition; speech perception; developmental psycholinguistics; early word recognition and comprehension

Kosovicheva, Anna
visual perception; localization; eye movements; spatial vision; binocular vision; visual impairments

Ronfard, Samuel
developmental psychology; cognitive development; conceptual development; social learning; culture and cognition

Vanden Bosch der Nederlanden, Christina 
auditory developmental neuroscience; music; language; EEG; auditory scene analysis; attention; human development

Wolfe, Benjamin
visual perception; peripheral vision; visual attention; eye movements; driving; readability; human factors

Daneman, Meredyth
Pichora-Fuller, M. Kathleen
Schellenberg, Glenn
Schneider, Bruce

Affiliated Researchers

Schertz, Jessamyn (Department of Language Studies)
speech perception and production