Narayanan Srinivasan Centre for Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences, University of Allahabad, Allahabad, India
After my undergraduate degree in Physics from University of Madras, I did my Master Program (ME) in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Science specializing in biosignal processing. I joined the Doctoral Program in Cognitive Psychology at University of Georgia in 1992. In my doctoral work with Dr. James Brown, I investigated the interaction between attention and spatial frequency processing mechanisms. I did my postdoctoral work at University of Louisville with Dr. Edward A Essock on diagnostic algorithms for Glaucoma. Before joining CBCS, I worked at the Biomedical Engineering Research Centre at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. At CBCS, I use multiple approaches to study mental processes. I have wide ranging interests in cognitive science and seem to be (accidentally!) getting involved in projects in different areas of cognitive science.