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Social & Cognitive Computing (SCC)

Dr. Jonathan Samuel HERBERG

Dr. Jonathan Samuel HERBERG


Research Interests:

  •  Theory of mind and simulation theory
  • Action perception and analysis
  • Modeling the effects of social processing

Qualifications:

  •  Ph.D. in Psychology, Vanderbilt University, 2011
  • B.A. in Cognitive Science, University of California, Berkeley, 2003

Published Journals/ Articles:

Journals

    •  Herberg, J. S., Levin, D. T., & Saylor, M. M. (2011). Social audiences can disrupt learning by teaching. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, doi:10.1016/j.jesp.2011.07.004
    • Herberg, J. S., Saylor, M. M., Levin, D. T., Ratanaswasd, P., & Wilkes, D. M. (2008). Audience-contingent variation in action demonstrations for humans and computers. Cognitive Science, 32(6) 1003-1020

Conferences

    •  Herberg, J. S., Vazquez, M. D., Saylor, M. M., & Levin, D. T. (2008, March). Processing of action goals in infancy. Poster session presented at the 16th International Conference on Infant Studies, Vancouver, Canada
    • Herberg, J. S., Saylor, M. M., & Levin, D. T. (2007, April). Knowledge-based action analysis at 12-months. Poster session presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Boston, MA
    • Herberg, J. S., Saylor, M. M., Levin, D. T., Ratanaswasd, P., & Wilkes, D. M. (2006, May). People modify actions for audiences differing in intentionality. Poster session presented at 18th American Psychological Society Convention, New York, NY
    • Herberg, J. S., Saylor, M. M., Levin, D. T., Ratanaswasd, P., & Wilkes, D. M. (2006, June). The perceived intentionality of an audience influences action demonstrations. Poster session presented at the 5th International Conference on Development and Learning, Indianapolis, IN

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