In her Music Cognition course, Hopkins alum and senior lecturer Monica Lopez-Gonzalez examines music through a highly interdisciplinary lens in order to answer complex questions of human brain function and development.
News & Announcements Archive
Join us in congratulating fifth-year PhD student Najoung Kim for receiving an NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant in Linguistics! Najoung’s dissertation, entitled “Compositional Linguistic Generalization in Human and Machine Learning,” will investigate generalization […]
Carol Lu and Shreya Wadhwa are among the selected undergraduates to receive Provost’s Undergraduate Research Awards to support their independent research in the coming year! Carol will be mentored by Dr. Marina Bedny […]
Kyriaki Neophytou received the Best Student Paper Award for “A tool for automatic scoring of spelling” at the Academy of Aphasia conference. Congrats, Kyriaki!
“This summer, I interned with Deepak Ramachandran and Ellie Pavlick at Google Research on improving Question Answering (QA) systems, and will be continuing to work on this project part-time as […]
We have five new graduate students this fall. Join us in welcoming them to JHU!
PhD student Grusha Prasad will be remotely interning with Adina Williams at Facebook AI Research this fall. “While existing neural network models perform surprisingly well on several linguistic tasks, there […]
"This summer, I am working with Liane Young at the Boston College Morality Lab studying prosocial behavior and decision-making with postdoctoral fellow Gordon Kraft-Todd. Our project focuses on virtue discounting in the context of economic games. [...]"
We, the Department of Cognitive Science at JHU, stand with the voices of the Black Lives Matter movement. Black lives matter. Not only do they matter, but we value Black voices and experiences in our department and, more broadly, our field. We stand in solidarity with Black, Latinx, and Indigenous communities [...]
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