|Dr. Arnold L. Glass|
Dr. Glass, whose research focuses on cognitive learning, heads the Learning and Memory Laboratory of the Department of Psychology at Rutgers, and he has published widely in the American Journal of Psychology, The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, Memory and Cognition, and other professional journals.
Dr. Glass writes, "When we see something or recall something or plan a sentence, a representation of what we see or recall or wish to say forms in our brain. What are these representations like? If we knew exactly what they were like then we could replicate them in databases that would be used by computers to see and speak the way we do."
Click here to be taken to Dr. Glass's webpage to read a full description of his research.
This event is free and open to the public, and we especially encourage educators to attend to hear Dr. Glass's presentation. Refreshments will be served after the talk.
The Herbert Green Forum on Education is named in memory of our beloved colleague, who died recently at the age of 87 after a brave battle with cancer.