Professor, Department of Psychology and in the College; Committee on Computational Neuroscience; Executive Committee Member, Masters in Computational Social Science Program

Dr. Nusbaum is a Professor in the Department of Psychology and in the College; Committee on Computational Neuroscience; and an Executive Committee Member of the Masters in Computational Social Science Program.  His research interests include: wisdom, language use, attention, learning, memory consolidation and sleep, working memory, understanding, affect, categorization, cognitive neuropharmocology, cognitive engineering and human factors.

Education

Brandeis University, BA, Psychology, Computer Science, 1976

SUNY at Buffalo, PhD, Cognitive Psychology, 1981

Indiana University, NIH Postdoctoral Fellowship,1984

Research Interests

Wisdom, language use, attention, learning, memory consolidation and sleep, working memory, understanding, affect, categorization, cognitive neuropharmocology, cognitive engineering and human factors