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Kasia Muldner is an assistant professor in the Institute of Cognitive Science at Carleton University. Her research relies on interdisciplinary methods to extend understanding of the cognitive, metacognitive, and affective factors that influence learning, problem solving, and creativity in various settings (classrooms, educational technologies, games), as well as the design and evaluation of support for these processes.
Prior to joining the ICS faculty, Muldner was a Post-Doctoral Fellow in Psychology in the Learning and Cognition Lab and then a Research Scientist at Arizona State University in Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering in the Motivational Environments Lab. She received her PhD from the Laboratory for Computational Intelligence at the University of British Columbia.
Research interests: learning and cognition, creativity, cognitive and affective modeling, educational technologies and games, affective computing.