Noah D. Goodman
Email: ngoodman at stanford dot edu
Office: 356 Jordan Hall, Stanford.
- Computational models of cognition.
- Probabilistic programming languages.
- Natural language semantics and pragmatics.
- Concepts, categorization, and intuitive theories.
- Social cognition: reasoning about others' traits, states, and actions.
- Cognitive development, especially the acquisition of abstract knowledge.
Computation and Cognition: the Probabilistic Approach (Psych 204 / CS 428)
Will be taught Fall 2016. Course Website
Foundations of Cognition (Psych 205)
Taught: Spring 2015. Website
Introduction to Cognitive Science (Psych 035, SymSys 100, Ling 144, Phil 190)
Taught: Winter 2014, Winter 2013, Spring 2012.
Spring 2014: Probabilistic Models of Social Behavior and Affect (co-taught with Mike Frank and Jamil Zaki).
Spring 2013: Representations of Meaning (co-taught with Chris Potts).
Spring 2011: Formal and Computational Approaches in Psychology and Cognitive Science (co-taught with Jay McClelland).
IPAM GSS 2011
I co-organized the 2011 IPAM Graduate Summer School on Probabilistic Models of Cognition.