Narayanan Srinivasan

Professor & Head

Centre of Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences
University of Allahabad

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After my Undergraduate degree in Physics from University of Madras, I obtained my Master degree (ME) in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Science specializing in biosignal processing. I joined the Doctoral Program (Cognitive Psychology) at University of Georgia in 1992. In my doctoral work with Dr. James Brown, I investigated the interaction between attention and spatial frequency processing mechanisms. I did my postdoctoral work at University of Louisville with Dr. Edward A Essock on diagnostic algorithms for Glaucoma. Before joining CBCS, I worked at the Biomedical Engineering Research Centre at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. I joined Centre of Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences (CBCS), University of Allahabad in December 2003. At CBCS, I use multiple approaches to study mental processes. I have wide ranging interests in cognitive science and seem to be (accidentally!) getting involved in projects in different areas of cognitive science.


Award for Excellence, Allahabad University
Fellow, Association for Psychological Science

Fellow, Psychonomic Society

Editorial Work

Associate Editor, Frontiers in Cognitive Science
Associate Editor, Cognitive Processing
Associate Editor, Psychological Studies
Associate Editor, Neuroscience of Consciousness
Editorial Board, Royal Society Open Science
Editorial Board, Journal of Cultural Cognitive Science
Editorial Board, PsyCh Journal
Editorial Board,
Connection Science