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Matthew Crump

Associate Professor
Psychology

Location: 4307b James Hall
Phone: 718.951.5000 x6068
Fax: 718.951.4814
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Crump runs the Computational Cognition Lab at Brooklyn College of CUNY. Research interests include learning, memory, attention, performance, and semantic cognition. Some questions include how do people learn new skills like playing an instrument or typing on a keyboard? How does memory work? How do people learn the meaning of words? How do people learn patterns and regularities in their environment? These kinds of questions are investigated using behavioral experiments and computational modeling of cognitive processes. The lab also uses a variety of computational methods and tools to conduct and communicate research. Students interested in cognition, computation, and data-analysis are encouraged to visit the lab website to inquire about research opportunities. Visit Crump's research website here.

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