Computer Sciences; Associate Member of the Center for Neuroscience
Department of Computer Science, Campus Box 430
Engineering Center OT 741
University of Colorado at Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309-0430
Dr. Mozer's research has centered on computational models
in psychology and neuropsychology, particularly the phenomena
of visual attention and its pathologies, awareness, and object
recognition. He aims to develop models of broad scope that
integrate a range of phenomena into a unified framework. Because
of their breadth, these models consist of multiple, functionally
distinct modules whose interaction gives rise to cognition.
Dr. Mozer has also worked on applications of neural networks
to problems in artificial intelligence and engineering, including
compiler optimization, speech recognition, and adaptive control
of building energy systems.
Mozer, M. C. (2002). Frames of reference in unilateral neglect
and visual perception: A computational perspective. Psychological
Review. In Press.
Mozer, M. C., Colagrosso, M. D., & Huber, D. H. (2002). A
rational analysis of cognitive control in a speeded discrimination
task. To appear in T. Dietterich, S. Becker, & Ghahramani,
Z. (Eds.) Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems
14. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Sitton, M., Mozer, M. C., & Farah, M. J. (2000). Superadditive
effects of multiple lesions in a connectionist architecture:
Implications for the neuropsychology of optic aphasia. Psychological
Review, 107, 709-734.