Emeriti Faculty

Emeriti Faculty


Phil Connell

Phil Connell

Professor, Speech and Hearing Sciences

Adjunct Professor, Linguistics

Research Interests
acquisition of language by children; language comprehension; impairments of language; clinical microcomputer techniques

Ivor Davies

Ivor Davies

Professor Emeritus, Human Performance Technology, School of Education

Research Interests
cognitive psychology; strategic thinking; representation and process; competencies and competitive advantage; perception and action; human error and cognition

Daniel Dinnsen

Daniel Dinnsen

Chancellor's Professor Emeritus, Linguistics

Adjunct Professor Emeritus, Speech and Hearing Sciences

Research Interests
phonological theory; phonology applied to impairments in language acquisition

J. Michael Dunn

J. Michael Dunn

Professor Emeritus, Informatics and Computing, School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering

Professor Emeritus, Philosophy

Research Interests
non-classical logics

Michael Gasser

Michael Gasser

Associate Professor Emeritus, Computer Science, School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering

Associate Professor Emeritus, Cognitive Science

  • gasser@indiana.edu
  • Lindley Hall 215

Research Interests
natural language processing and acquisition

S. Lee Guth

S. Lee Guth

Professor Emeritus, Psychological and Brain Sciences

Research Interests
mathematical models and experiments concerning human vision, especially color vision

Andrew J. Hanson

Andrew J. Hanson

Professor Emeritus, Computer Science, School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering

Research Interests
human-computer interaction

Beverly Hartford

Beverly Hartford

Professor Emeritus, Second Language Studies

Research Interests
second language acquisition; discourse effects in language acquisition; world Englishes

Eugene Kintgen

Eugene Kintgen

Professor Emeritus, English

Associate Dean Emeritus, University Graduate School

  • kintgene@indiana.edu
  • Kirkwood Hall 111

Research Interests
cognition of language and literature; cognitive processing in reading, literacy

Frank K. Lester, Jr.

Frank K. Lester, Jr.

Chancellor's Professor Emeritus, Education, School of Education

Martha Lea and Bill Armstrong Chair Emeritus, Teacher Education, School of Education

Research Interests
mathematical problem-solving

David MacKay

David MacKay

Professor Emeritus, Marketing

Professor Emeritus, Geography

Research Interests
probabilistic models of perception, preference, and choice; consumer behavior; consensual decision making

Eugene McGregor

Eugene McGregor

Professor Emeritus, School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Research Interests
role of information technology in the development of public management systems

Philip Podsakoff

Philip Podsakoff

John F Mee Chair, Management, Kelley School of Business

Professor, Organizational Behavior and Human Resources, Kelley School of Business

Research Interests
attitude-behavior linkages; organizational reward systems; power and social influence

Robert F. Port

Robert F. Port

Professor Emeritus, Linguistics

Professor Emeritus, Computer Science

Research Interests
connectionist models of word perception

Charles Reigeluth

Charles Reigeluth

Professor Emeritus, Education (Instructional Systems Technology), School of Education

Research Interests
instructional psychology; instructional theory; instructional strategies; computer-based education

Edward Robertson

Edward Robertson

Professor Emeritus, Computer Science, School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering

Professor Emeritus, Informatics and Computing, School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering

Steven J. Sherman

Steven J. Sherman

Chancellor's Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences

Research Interests
information seeking; hypothesis testing strategies

Robert Sherwood

Robert Sherwood

Professor, Science Education, School of Education

Research Interests
situated cognition in science instruction

Eliot R. Smith

Eliot R. Smith

Chancellor's Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences

Research Interests
connectionist models of social judgment and social behavior; implications of situated/embodied cognition for social psychology

Alfred Strickholm

Alfred Strickholm

Professor Emeritus, Physiology, School of Medicine

Professor Emeritus, Neural Science

  • strickho@indiana.edu
Maynard Thompson

Maynard Thompson

Professor Emeritus, Mathematics

Research Interests
mathematical and computer simulation modeling of biomedical and social processes

James T. Townsend

James T. Townsend

Distinguished Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences

Rudy Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences

Research Interests
mathematical modeling

Joan Weiner

Joan Weiner

Professor Emeritus, Philosophy

  • begriff@indiana.edu
Wayne L. Winston

Wayne L. Winston

Professor, Decision and Information Systems, Kelly School of Business

John and Esther Reese Professorship, Kelley School of Business

Research Interests
applied probability

Larry Yaeger

Larry Yaeger

Professor Emeritus, Informatics and Computing

  • larryy@indiana.edu