Associate Professor of Psychology
Bruno Galantucci received a PhD in Cognitive Science from the University of Padua and a PhD in Experimental Psychology from the University of Connecticut. He is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology of Yeshiva University, where he directs the Laboratory of Experimental Semiotics. He is also a Research Affiliate at the Haskins Laboratories, where he has conducted research on the psychology of language, including speech perception, word recognition, and sentence processing. In the last few years, he has focused on studying experimentally how humans establish and develop novel forms of communication.
2001 - Alvin Liberman Prize (Haskins Laboratories) 2005 - Research fellowship (ZIF, University of Bielefeld) 2010 - Award supporting research at the Experimental Semiotics Laboratory (National Science Foundation)
Wilf campus - Belfer Hall