Ion Juvina, Ph.D.

Department:
Psychology
Title:
Associate Professor
Address:
Fawcett Hall 313G, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Ion Juvina, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Wright State University. Prior to his current appointment he conducted postdoctoral and independent research at Carnegie Mellon University working with Niels Taatgen and Christian Lebiere within the ACT-R research group lead by John Anderson. He studied Industrial Psychology in Romania (Master thesis in Human Reliability) and Information Science in the Netherlands (Ph.D. dissertation in Human-Computer Interaction). See lab website here: http://psych-scholar.wright.edu/astecca/

Curriculum Vitae: 
Education History: 

July 2012

Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany

  • Summer Institute on Bounded Rationality – Foundations of an Interdisciplinary Decision Theory

2006-2009

Carnegie Mellon University, Psychology Department

  • Post-doctoral training in Cognitive Neuroscience and
  • Computational Cognitive Modeling

Aug 2008

University of Michigan, Functional MRI Lab

  • Summer course in fMRI

2002-2006

Utrecht University, Institute of Information and Computing Sciences

  • Top tier university in Europe
  • Ph.D. in Information Science
  • Emphasis in Cognitive Modeling and Human-Computer Interaction
  • Dissertation: “Development of a cognitive model for navigating the Web”

1990-1995

University of Bucharest, Psychology Department

  • Combined Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Psychology
  • Emphasis in Cognitive Science and Human Factors
  • Minor in Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Thesis: “Psychological analysis of railway events”

Academics

Teaching: 

I teach: 

  • Computational cognitive modeling
  • Research design and quantitative methods  
  • Psychological game theory
  • Decision making
  • Cognition and learning.    
Research statement: 

My research focuses on high-level cognitive processes such as strategic thinking and executive control of cognition and affect, combining empirical research and computational cognitive modeling.

Service: 

I coordinate the Brown Bag series of seminars for the Department of Psychology.  

Professional

Publications: 

Juvina, I., Larue, O., & Hough, A. (2018). Modeling valuation and core affect in a cognitive architecture: The impact of arousal and valence on memory and decision-making. Cognitive Systems Research 48: 4-24. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cogsys.2017.06.002    

Larue, O. & Juvina, I. (2016). A call for unification of dual- and single-process accounts in cognitive models of intuition. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 5(3):338-340, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jarmac.2016.06.007

Collins, M.G., Juvina, I., & Gluck, K. (2016). Cognitive model of trust dynamics predicts outcomes within and between two games of strategic interaction. Frontiers in Psychology, section Cognitive Science, 7. 


Juvina, I., Lebiere, C., & Gonzalez, C. (2015). Modeling trust dynamics in strategic interaction. Journal of applied research in memory and cognition. 4(3): 197-211. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jarmac.2014.09.004

Grange, J. A., & Juvina, I. (2015). The effect of practice on n–2 repetition costs in set switching. Acta Psychologica, 154, 14-25.

Martin, J.M., Gonzalez, C., Juvina, I., & Lebiere, C. (2014). A Description-Experience Gap in Social Interactions: Information about Interdependence and Its Effects on Cooperation. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 27: 349-362.

Martin, J.M., Juvina, I, Lebiere, C., & Gonzalez, C. (2013). The Effects of Individual and Context on Aggression in Repeated Social Interaction. Applied Ergonomics. 44(5): 710-718. doi:10.1016/j.apergo.2012.04.014

Juvina, I., Saleem, M., Martin, J.M., Gonzalez, C., & Lebiere, C. (2013). Reciprocal trust mediates deep transfer of learning between games of strategic interaction. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 120(2): 206-215. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.obhdp.2012.09.004

Grange, J.A., Juvina, I., & Houghton, G. (2013). On Costs and Benefits of n–2 Repetitions in Task Switching: Toward a Behavioural Marker of Cognitive Inhibition. Psychological Research. 77(2): 211-222.

Juvina, I. (2011). Cognitive Control: Componential and yet emergent. Topics in Cognitive Sciences. 3(2): 242-246.

Juvina, I., (2011). Neural substrates of inhibitory control: A review and critique. Revista de Psihologie. 57(2), 135-145.

Juvina, I., Lebiere, C., Martin, J., & Gonzalez, C. (2011). Intergroup Prisoner’s Dilemma with Intragroup Power Dynamics. Games. 2(1), 21-51.

Juvina, I., & Taatgen, N. A. (2009). A repetition-suppression account of between-trial effects in a modified Stroop paradigm. Acta Psychologica. 131(1), 72-84.

Taatgen, N.A., Juvina, I., Schipper, M., Borst, J., & Martens, S. (2009). Too much control can hurt: A threaded cognition model of the attentional blink. Cognitive Psychology, 59, 1-29.

Juvina, I., & van Oostendorp, H. (2008). Modeling semantic and structural knowledge in Web navigation. Discourse Processes, 45(4), 346-364.

Van Oostendorp, H., & Juvina, I. (2007). Using a cognitive model to generate Web navigation support. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 65(10), 887-897.

Juvina, I., & van Oostendorp, H. (2006). Individual differences and behavioral metrics involved in modeling web navigation. Universal Access in The Information Society, 4, 258–269.

Juvina, I., & van Oostendorp, H. (2006). Enhancing internet experience of visually impaired persons by means of dynamic highlighting and selective reading. Information Design Journal, 14(1), 71-81.

Van Oostendorp, H., & Juvina, I. (2006). Introduction: Text features which enable cognitive strategies during text comprehension. Information Design Journal, 14(1), 4-7.

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