Michael S. Landy

Michael S. Landy

Michael S. Landy Professor of Psychology and Neural Science  landy@nyu.edu I have an enduring interest in the use of computational techniques to study human vision. My doctoral dissertation concerned the computer simulation of a neural network...

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David Cesarini

David Cesarini

David Cesarini Assistant Professor of Economics I am an assistant professor in the Economics Department’s Center for Experimental Social Science. I am an empirically oriented economist with interests in applied microeconomics, as well as...

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Catherine Hartley

Catherine Hartley

Catherine Hartley Assistant Professor of Psychology  cate@nyu.edu Learning lays the foundation for motivated behavior, enabling us to anticipate and respond adaptively to salient events. Research in my lab focuses on characterizing the diverse...

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Ariel Rubinstein

Ariel Rubinstein

Ariel Rubinstein Professor of Economics I am a professor of Economics at Tel Aviv and New York universities (and I feel strongly attached to the University of Tel Aviv Cafes). My main field of research is Economic Theory (in particular, Decision...

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Bijan Pesaran

Bijan Pesaran

Bijan Pesaran Associate Professor of Neural Science  bijan@nyu.edu Cerebral cortex contains a mosaic of brain areas that are connected to form distributed networks. In frontal and parietal cortex, these networks are specialized for movements such...

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Paul Glimcher

Paul Glimcher

Paul Glimcher ISDM Director,Julius Silver Professor of Neural Science, Economics, and Psychology My postdoctoral training was in oculomotor physiology. Working with Prof. David Sparks researching the brainstem and mesencephalic nuclei that...

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Jay Van Bavel

Jay Van Bavel

Jay Van Bavel Associate Professor of Psychology  jay.vanbavel@nyu.edu Jay Van Bavel is an Associate Professor of Psychology at New York University and Director of the Social Perception and Evaluation Laboratory. Jay completed his PhD at the...

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David Heeger

David Heeger

David Heeger Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience, Vision, fMRI  david.heeger@nyu.edu  Julius Silver, Roslyn S. Silver, and Enid Silver Winslow ProfessorProfessor of Psychology and Neural Science I received my Ph.D. in computer science from...

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Laurence T. Maloney

Laurence T. Maloney

Laurence T. Maloney Professor of Psychology and Neural Science In college, at Yale, I majored in mathematics with occasional courses in computer science and automata theory. After graduation, I spent six years as a systems programmer designing...

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Andrew Schotter

Andrew Schotter

Andrew Schotter Professor of Economics   Andrew Schotter is a Professor of Economics at New York University. He is also the Director of the Center for Experimental Social Science (C.E.S.S.). His main area of research is in economic theory, game...

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Elizabeth A. Phelps

Elizabeth A. Phelps

Elizabeth A. Phelps ISDM Associate ​Director,Julius Silver Professor of Psychology and Neural Science My research examines the cognitive neuroscience of emotion, learning and memory. My primary focus has been to understand how human learning and...

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Kenway Louie

Kenway Louie

Kenway Louie The vision scientist David Marr noted that information processing can be understood at three fundamental levels: at the level of functional goal (computational), at the level of representation (algorithmic), and at the level of...

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