Michael M. Cohen
Michael M. Cohen is a research associate in the Perceptual Science Laboratory at the University of California – Santa Cruz. His research interests include speech perception and production, speechreading, information integration, learning, and computer facial animation. He received a BS in Computer Science and Psychology (1975) and an MS in Psychology (1979) from UW-Madison, and a PhD in Experimental Psychology (1984) from UC-Santa Cruz.
Consulting referee for Behavioral Research Methods and Instrumentation, Cognitive Science, Free Speech Journal, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Journal of Phonetics, Journal of Experimental Psychology, Perception & Psychophysics, SIGGRAPH, Journal of Visualization and Computer Animation, IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, and NSF. NSF review panelist.
Email: mmcohen at ucsc.edu
Perceptual Science Laboratory
429G Social Sciences II, UC-Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz CA 95064, USA.
(831) 459-2655, (831) 459-3519 FAX
Michael Cohen and Dominic Massaro from the University of California-Santa Cruz and Ron Cole, From the Univerity of Colorado, received the first InSTIL Prize for “Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to the Integration of Speech Technology in Language Learning”.
Publications can be found on PSL’s Publication Page.