8 results for group: board-member


Kirsten Hilger

Kirsten works as Senior Scientist at the Department for Biological Psychology at Julius Maximillian University Wuerzburg, Germany. She earned her PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience in 2018 at Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany, studying the neural bases of intelligence from a graph-theoretical Network Neuroscience perspective. In her current position she broadened her research interests to Virtual Reality applications in the study of pain-related fear and chronic pain. Concerning intelligence, her current projects strive for the further development of Network Neuroscience and Machine Learning-based Predictive Modelling approaches to enlighten the ...

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Emily Willoughby

Emily is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Minnesota in the personality, individual differences and behavior genetics program area of psychology. Emily’s research focuses on exploring the genetic and cognitive causes of human intelligence in addition to its associated outcomes. Her current projects include an experimental study of the association between cognitive ability and reaction time, and an adoption study of IQ with a cohort of now-adult families. In addition to teaching and research at the UMN, Emily is a professional scientific illustrator who specializes in research-based representations of prehistoric animals. Please click here for ...

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Rosalind Arden

Rosalind is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science. Rosalind received her PhD in 2010 from the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London. Rosalind is interested in cognitive abilities (intelligence) and associated outcomes, especially those related to health (including lifespan) and she is keen on exploring intelligence (and associated outcomes including fitness payoffs) in non human species, including dogs. Rosalind's key method is behavioural genetics (which illuminates why we are all different from each other), her intellectual framework is evolutionary theory (which illuminates why we are so similar to ...

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Jakob Pietschnig

Jakob is Assistant Professor in the department for Developmental and Educational Psychology at the University of Vienna and heads the Individual Differences and Psychological Assessment Unit. His research interests are intelligence with a particular focus on the Flynn effect, biological bases of cognitive abilities, and effect reproducibility.

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William Revelle

Bill is ISIR's Past President and is Professor of Psychology at Northwestern University, Illinois. Please click HERE to visit Bill's personal website.

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