Board of Directors

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Gallistel_Charles_board-page President
C. Randy Gallistel
Rutgers University
Research interests: Animal cognition, the nature of learning, the psychophysics of abstract quantities (space, time, number and probability), and the neurobiology of memory
Nancy Eisenberg Immediate Past President
Nancy Eisenberg
Arizona State University
Research interests: social, emotional, and moral development and predictors of adjustment
Susan Goldin-Meadow President-Elect
Susan Goldin-Meadow
The University of Chicago
Research Interests: Language development and creation, gesture’s role in communicating, thinking, and learning
Roberta Klatzky Treasurer
Roberta L. Klatzky
Carnegie Mellon University
Research interests: Human perception and cognition (haptic perception, spatial cognition)
Gün Semin Secretary
Gün R. Semin
ISPA – Instituto Universitário, Portugal and Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Research interests: Communication, social cognition, and language
Sarah Brook hart Executive Director
Sarah Brookhart
Association for Psychological Science
Berntsen_Dorthe-photo-cred-Poul-Ib_Web Dorthe Berntsen
Aarhus University
Research interests: Psychology of Memory, autobiographical memory, life stories, cognition, psychology of crisis and trauma. 
Carr_Tom_board-page Thomas H. Carr
Michigan State University
Research interests: How basic cognitive processes are brought to bear on task performance and control, under varying degrees of motivation
graham_sandra_board-page Sandra Graham
University of California, Los Angeles
Research interests: Academic motivation, peer aggression and victimization in racially/ethnically diverse schools, and juvenile delinquency, particularly in African American youth
Hebl_Mikki_board-page Michelle R. (Mikki) Hebl
Rice University
Research interests: Application of social psychological phenomena to industries and organizations
Karmiloff-Smith_Annette_board-page Annette D. Karmiloff-Smith
Birkbeck, University of London, UK
Research interests: Progressive developmental trajectories and the underlying cognitive processes that support them
Cindy M. Yee-Bradbury
University of California, Los Angeles
Research interests: Schizophrenia, particularly neurocognitive and emotional abnormalities; stress; attention; clinical and affective neuroscience