Charles Randy Gallistel

Affiliations: 
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, United States 
Area:
Cognition, Learning, Memory
Website:
http://ruccs.rutgers.edu/faculty/GnG/gallistel.html
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Bio:

BA Stanford, 1963
PhD Yale 1966
Asst-Full Professor, University of Pennsylvania, 1966-1989
Professor UCLA 1989-2000
Professor Rutgers 2000 -
Member National Academy of Sciences
Member American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Member Society of Experimental Psychologists
William James Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science
Warren Medalist, SEP

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Parents

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J. Anthony Deutsch research assistant UCSD
Neal E. Miller grad student Yale

Children

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Max Bialek research assistant Rutgers
Eric Hau-Yun Chang research assistant UCLA
Omar M. Mahmood research assistant 1997-1999 UCLA
Dong-Seon Chang research assistant 2004-2004 Rutgers, New Brunswick
Jack Adam Yanovski grad student Penn
Edmund Rolls grad student 1968-1969 Penn
Walter K. Beagley grad student 1968-1973 Penn
Gary Matthews grad student 1971-1975 Penn
Peter Shizgal grad student 1972-1975 Penn
James R. Stellar grad student 1972-1976 Penn
Ken Cheng grad student 1980-1984 Penn
Paul W. Glimcher grad student 1985-1989 Penn
Erik C. Sobel grad student 1985-1989 Penn
Audrey Cramer grad student 1990-1996 UCLA
Janine Simmons grad student 1992-1996 UCLA
Matthew Leon grad student 1992-1997 UCLA
Adam Phillip King grad student 1993-1997 UCLA
Sara J. Cordes grad student 2000-2005 Rutgers
Monika Krishan grad student 2007 Rutgers, New Brunswick
Fuat Balci grad student 2002-2007 Rutgers, New Brunswick
Efstathios B. Papachristos grad student 2002-2008 Rutgers, New Brunswick
Aaron Kheifets grad student 2008-2014 Rutgers, New Brunswick
John S. Yeomans post-doc Penn
Elna Yadin post-doc 1979-1982 Penn
Yutaka Gomita post-doc 1980-1982 Penn
Meg Waraczynski post-doc 1987-1989 Penn
Daniel Gottlieb post-doc 2004-2006 Rutgers
Kristi VanMarle post-doc 2004-2007 Rutgers

Collaborators

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Warren H. Meck collaborator Duke
Peter Balsam collaborator 2001-pres Rutgers
John Gibbon collaborator 1995-1998 Columbia University Medical School
 (Gallistel sabbatical in New York)
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Gallistel CR, Wilkes JT. (2016) Minimum description length model selection in associative learning Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. 11: 8-13
Cheeseman JF, Millar CD, Greggers U, et al. (2014) Reply to Cheung et al.: The cognitive map hypothesis remains the best interpretation of the data in honeybee navigation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: E4398
Cheeseman JF, Millar CD, Greggers U, et al. (2014) Way-finding in displaced clock-shifted bees proves bees use a cognitive map. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111: 8949-54
Gallistel CR, Balci F, Freestone D, et al. (2014) Automated, quantitative cognitive/behavioral screening of mice: for genetics, pharmacology, animal cognition and undergraduate instruction. Journal of Visualized Experiments : Jove. e51047
Gallistel CR, Krishan M, Liu Y, et al. (2014) The perception of probability. Psychological Review. 121: 96-123
Gallistel CR, Tucci V, Nolan PM, et al. (2014) Cognitive assessment of mice strains heterozygous for cell-adhesion genes reveals strain-specific alterations in timing. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 369: 20120464
Gallistel CR, Balsam PD. (2014) Time to rethink the neural mechanisms of learning and memory. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 108: 136-44
Gallistel CR, Craig AR, Shahan TA. (2014) Temporal contingency. Behavioural Processes. 101: 89-96
Ward RD, Gallistel CR, Balsam PD. (2013) It's the information! Behavioural Processes. 95: 3-7
Gallistel CR, Matzel LD. (2013) The neuroscience of learning: beyond the Hebbian synapse. Annual Review of Psychology. 64: 169-200
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