Roger Schvaneveldt
Welcome to Roger's Web site.

I am Professor Emeritus of New Mexico State University and of Arizona State University. My research interests span several problems in cognitive psychology and applications of cognitive psychology.

Recently, I have been conducting research in aviation psychology including the analysis of how pilots prioritize information in various flight situations and the assessment of knowledge change with pilot training.

I am also investigating abductive reasoning (or reasoning to the best explanation) along with computational methods for accomplishing such reasoning.

I continue to investigate and implement software for network analysis of proximity data. In that connection, I am President of Interlink, distributors of KNOT software for Pathfinder Network analysis.

In my spare time, I like to hike, fish for trout, and spend time with my Australian Shepherd, Sombra.

Here is my contact information:

Roger Schvaneveldt
5114 Copper Bar Rd
Las Cruces, NM  88011