John Anderson

Affiliations: 
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 
Area:
memory, cognitive modeling, ACT-R
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Mark V. Albert research assistant CMU
Jennifer Ferris research assistant Carnegie Mellon
Gary L. Bradshaw grad student Carnegie Mellon
Scott Douglass grad student Carnegie Mellon
Renee Elio grad student Carnegie Mellon
Kevin Gluck grad student Carnegie Mellon
Yvonne Kao grad student Carnegie Mellon
Christian Lebiere grad student Carnegie Mellon
Marsha Lovett grad student Carnegie Mellon
Jungaa Moon grad student Carnegie Mellon
Peter Pirolli grad student Carnegie Mellon
Miriam Rosenberg-Lee grad student Carnegie Mellon
Brian H. Ross grad student Carnegie Mellon
Dario Salvucci grad student Carnegie Mellon
Lael Schooler grad student Carnegie Mellon
Christian D. Schunn grad student Carnegie Mellon
Emile Servan-Schreiber grad student Carnegie Mellon
Matthew M. Walsh grad student Carnegie Mellon
Qiong Zhang grad student Carnegie Mellon
Caitlin Tenison grad student 2011- Carnegie Mellon
Miriam W. Schustack grad student 1976-1981 Carnegie Mellon (PsychTree)
Matthew W. Lewis grad student 1980-1984 Carnegie Mellon
Jean McKendree grad student 1982-1986 Carnegie Mellon
Irvin R. Katz grad student 1984-1988 Carnegie Mellon
Charles Q. Wu grad student 1988-1992 Carnegie Mellon
Kristen L. Buehler grad student 2000 Carnegie Mellon
Frank J. Lee grad student 2000 Carnegie Mellon
Michael P. Matessa grad student 2000 Carnegie Mellon
Raluca Budiu grad student 2001 Carnegie Mellon
Neil T. Heffernan grad student 2001 Carnegie Mellon
Glenn Gunzelmann grad student 2003 Carnegie Mellon
Bradley J. Best grad student 2004 Carnegie Mellon
Jon M. Fincham grad student 2005 Carnegie Mellon
Jess Nauman grad student 2005 Carnegie Mellon
Phil I. Pavlik grad student 2005 Carnegie Mellon
Jared F. Danker grad student 2005-2010 Carnegie Mellon
Hedderik van Rijn post-doc Carnegie Mellon
Jelmer Borst post-doc 2011- Carnegie Mellon
Andrea Stocco post-doc 2005-2009 Carnegie Mellon (PsychTree)
Darryl W. Schneider post-doc 2008-2013 Carnegie Mellon
Niels A. Taatgen research scientist Carnegie Mellon

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Cameron S. Carter collaborator CMU
Ching-Fan Sheu collaborator Carnegie Mellon
Ching-Fan Sheu collaborator Carnegie Mellon (PsychTree)
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Anderson JR, Betts S, Bothell D, et al. (2019) Learning rapid and precise skills. Psychological Review
Anderson JR, Borst JP, Fincham JM, et al. (2018) The Common Time Course of Memory Processes Revealed. Psychological Science. 956797618774526
Zhang Q, van Vugt M, Borst JP, et al. (2018) Mapping working memory retrieval in space and in time: A combined electroencephalography and electrocorticography approach. Neuroimage
Zhang Q, Borst JP, Kass RE, et al. (2017) Inter-subject alignment of MEG datasets in a common representational space. Human Brain Mapping
Pyke AA, Fincham JM, Anderson JR. (2017) When Math Operations have Visuospatial Meanings versus Purely Symbolic Definitions: Which Solving Stages and Brain Regions are Affected? Neuroimage
Zhang Q, Walsh MM, Anderson JR. (2017) The Effects of Probe Similarity on Retrieval and Comparison Processes in Associative Recognition. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 29: 352-367
Walsh MM, Gunzelmann G, Anderson JR. (2016) Relationship of P3b single-trial latencies and response times in one, two, and three-stimulus oddball tasks. Biological Psychology
Koerner FS, Anderson JR, Fincham JM, et al. (2016) Change-point detection of cognitive states across multiple trials in functional neuroimaging. Statistics in Medicine
Borst JP, Ghuman AS, Anderson JR. (2016) Tracking cognitive processing stages with MEG: A spatio-temporal model of associative recognition in the brain. Neuroimage
Anderson JR, Pyke AA, Fincham JM. (2016) Hidden Stages of Cognition Revealed in Patterns of Brain Activation. Psychological Science
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