Richard L. Lewis
I am currently Professor of Psychology and Linguistics at the University of Michigan, and a member of the Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN) area. Click here for my most recent CV, which contains links to download papers. Brief academic bio is below. Contact info at left. (The photo at right shows me in front of a building at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base named after the distinguished human performance psychologist Paul Fitts, who was faculty at Michigan in the 1960s.)
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brief academic bio
I've somehow been fortunate enough to work with some of the great minds in cognitive science. Allen Newell was my PhD advisor at Carnegie Mellon. George Miller and Phil Johnson-Laird were my post-doc advisors at Princeton. Mentors at Michigan and Ohio State include David Meyer and B. Chandrasekaran. John Anderson at Carnegie Mellon has also been a major influence. I would not have embarked on a research career if not for Fernando Gomez, Charlie Hughes, and Mike Moshell at the University of Central Florida, who helped put UCF computer science on the map.
If you scan the list (at left) of collaborators who currently put up with me, you'll see that this shockingly good fortune continues.
Below is where I've been in academia-land:
- Professor of Psychology and Linguistics, University of Michigan, 2007-present.
- Associate Professor of Psychology and Linguistics, University of Michigan, 2000-2007.
- Assistant Professor, Department of Computer and Information Science, Ohio State University, September 1995-August 2000.
- Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Linguistics, Ohio State University. January 1999-August 2000.
- Visiting professor, Departments of Psychology and Linguistics, Potsdam University, Germany. Spring/Summer/Autumn 1999.
- Visiting professor, Institute of Computer Science and Social Research, University of Freiburg, Germany, December 1996
- Post-doctoral Fellow in Psychology, Princeton University, 1994-95
- Ph.D., Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, December 1993
- B.S., Computer Science, University of Central Florida, June 1987