Associate Professor, Department of Psychology. Interests: application of quantitative/statistical methods in data analysis; mathematical/computational models; neural networks; cognitive and psychophysical performance; cyber security.
|Phone:||613-520-2600 x 2254|
|Office:||A535 Loeb Building|
|Website:||Craig Leth-Steensen's Faculty Profile|
Dr. Craig Leth-Steensen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology. He is a cognitive psychologist with training in the application of quantitative and statistical techniques for the analysis of psychological data. One main focus of his research is the development of mathematical and computational models (including random walks and neural networks) that can provide theoretical accounts for human cognitive and psychophysical performance (especially with respect to reaction time and reaction time distributions).