D.A. Neville PhD (David)
Employee - Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour
My original formation as an academic was in Philosophy with a particular interest for Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Life approaches within Cognitive Science. Later on, I became interested in the domain of human memory and, especially in 'what makes the clock tick'.
During my doctoral work, I have investigated with behavioral experimentation and computational modeling how semantic and episodic memory systems interact in healthy humans. Currently my work focuses on the domains of memory and language and particularly on the neural and computational mechanisms underlying abstract forms of memory such as memory for language and memory for rules.