Eleanor B. Schille-Hudson
I am a Ph.D. student in Cognitive Science & Cognitive Psychology at Indiana University, Bloomington. My faculty advisors are David Landy (now at Netflix) and Rob Goldstone. My research generally investigates the cognitive mechanisms of perception, attention, and memory. Lately, my focus has been on understanding how people's beliefs are formed and how they update, as well as how those beliefs go on to affect behavior. I employ a combination of behavioral studies, computational modeling, and philosophical thinking.
You can check out my projects past and present in the Research Projects & Publications sections above.
Contact me (if you want)! Do so by emailing erbrower at iu dot edu
(the "Schille" in Schille-Hudson is pronounced 'shill-ee')