Research in this lab is devoted to understanding the nature of cognition, especially the nature of concepts and reasoning. Some of the topics we investigate include:
- deductive and inductive reasoning
- concepts of individual objects and their histories
- concepts of events
- causal cognition
- mathematical thinking (concepts of numbers, non-Euclidean geometry, and abstract algebra)
- informal argumentation
- autobiographical memory and survey responding
Please visit the Project pages for more specific information about on-going research. Recent articles also appear under Publications.
If you'd like to earn money for participating in this research, please click here.
To get in contact with us send email to:
ripslab (at) gmail.com
or write to:
314 Swift Hall, Psychology Department
2029 Sheridan Road
Evanston, IL 60208