Dr. Thomas Hills
Office roomnumber 109
Center for Cognitive and Decision Sciences
My research focuses on cognitive search processes. This encompasses issues in the evolution of cognition as a foraging process, language acquisition in children, information search, giving-up time rules in problem-solving, retrieval from long-term memory, mate search, and learning and assessing informative cues in our natural environments.
Related areas of interest that facilitate the above research are network analysis, semantic space and corpus analysis, and cognitive modeling.
See my publications page for articles (including PDFs to download).
My CV can be downloaded here.