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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2008-2010 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Cognitive Science 185  

Cognitive Science 185

Program Offered:Certificate in Cognitive Science

Directors of the Certificate Program in Cognitive Science: Professor Rochel Gelman and Professor Ernest Lepore, Rutgers Center for Cognitive Science, Psychology Building Addition,Busch Campus (732-445-0635)


Participating Faculty

The following members and associate members of the graduate faculty, identified more fully under the subject headings indicated, are among those who participate in the certificate program in cognitive science. Note: faculty who are not dually listed as members of a graduate program and RuCCS are affiliate members.

Mark Baker, Linguistics, RuCCS

Nicholas Belkin, Communication, Information and Library Studies

Alexander Borgida, Computer Science

Gretchen Chapman, Psychology

Kristin Dana, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Veneeta Dayal, Linguistics

Douglas DeCarlo, Computer Science, RuCCS

Viviane Deprez, Linguistics

Frances Egan, Philosophy

Jacob Feldman, Psychology, RuCCS

Jerry Fodor, Philosophy, RuCCS

Randy Gallistel, Psychology, RuCCS

Rochel Gelman, Psychology, RuCCS

Arnold Glass, Psychology

Alvin Goldman, Philosophy, RuCCS

Jane Grimshaw, Linguistics, RuCCS

Haym Hirsh, Computer Science, RuCCS

Judith Hudson, Psychology

Eileen Kowler, Psychology, RuCCS

Casimir Kulikowski, Computer Science

Ernest Lepore, Philosophy, RuCCS

Alan Leslie, Psychology, RuCCS

Michael Leyton, Psychology

Michael Littman, Computer Science, RuCCS

Barry Loewer, Philosophy

Robert Matthews, Philosophy

Thorne McCarty, Computer Science, RuCCS

Brian McLaughlin, Philosophy, RuCCS

Peter Meer, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Dimitris Metaxas, Computer Science

Julien Musolino, Psychology, RuCCS

Thomas Papathomas, Biomedical Engineering, RuCCS

Alan Prince, Linguistics, RuCCS

Zenon Pylyshyn, Psychology, RuCCS

Kenneth Safir, Linguistics

Roger Schwarzschild, Linguistics

Chung-chieh Shan, Computer Science, RuCCS

Manish Singh, Psychology, RuCCS

Eduardo Sontag, Mathematics

Jason Stanley, Philosophy, RuCCS

Stephen Stich, Philosophy, RuCCS

Matthew Stone, Computer Science, RuCCS

Karin Stromswold, Psychology, RuCCS

Bruce Tesar, Linguistics, RuCCS

Elizabeth Torres, Psychology, RuCCS

Terence Wilson, Psychology

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