Drew Hendrickson is a post-doc working with A/Prof. Amy Perfors (and previously A/Prof. Dan Navarro before he moved to UNSW) in the Computational Cognitive Science lab (https://health.adelaide.edu.au/psychology/ccs/) in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide. Drew completed his PhD at Indiana University (Departments of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Cognitive Science) and his BS at Carnegie Melon University (Computer Science, Cognitive Psychology).
My research interests are in understanding what mental representations people learn and how they apply and update them when encountering new items and tasks. In order to better understand these unobservable aspects of cognition, I use computational models to precisely specify mental representations, processes, and learning mechanisms at multiple levels of cognition including perceptual processing, concepts and categories, attention, and language. My most recent work has focused on understanding and predicting individual differences in how existing representations are updated as people are presented with new information.
|2015||Post-doc||University of Adelaide|
|2012||Research Scientist||University of Adelaide|
|Carnegie Mellon University||USA||BS|
|2016||Hendrickson,AT, Navarro,DJ, Perfors,A, 2016, Sensitivity to hypothesis size during information search., Decision, 3, 1, 62-80 10.1037/dec0000039|
|2013||Todd,P, Hills,TT, Hendrickson,AT, 2013, Modeling reproductive decisions with simple heuristics, Demographic Research, 29, 641-662 10.4054/DemRes.2013.2|
|2010||Goldstone,RL, Hendrickson,AT, 2010, Categorical perception, Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science, 1, 1, 69-78 10.1002/wcs.26|
|2015||Hendrickson,AT, Navarro,D, Donkin,C, Hendrickson,AT, 2015, Quantifying the time course of similarity, The 37th annual conference of the Cognitive Science Scoiety, USA|
|2014||Hendrickson,A, Perfors,A, Navarro,DJ, 2014, Adaptive information source selection during hypothesis testing, 36th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2014), Quebec City, Canada|
|2014||Langsford,S, Hendrickson,A, Perfors,A, Navarro,DJ, 2014, People are sensitive to hypothesis sparsity during category discrimination, 36th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2014), Quebec City, Canada|
|2013||Vong,W, Hendrickson,A, Perfors,A, Navarro,D, 2013, The role of sampling assumptions in generalization with multiple categories, Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci), Berlin, Germany|
|2012||Hendrickson,AT, Kachergis,G, Fausey,CM, Goldstone,RL, 2012, Re-learning labeled categories reveals structured representations, 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Sapporo, Japan|
|2012||Hendrickson,AT, Carvalho,PF, Goldstone,RL, 2012, Going to extremes: the influence of unsupervised categories on the mental caricaturization of faces and asymmetries in perceptual discrimination, The 34th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2012), Sapporo, Japan|
|2010||Hendrickson,AT, Kachergis,G, Gureckis,TM, Goldstone,RL, 2010, Is categorical perception really verbally mediated perception?, 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Portland, Oregon|
|2009||Hendrickson,AT, Goldstone,RL, 2009, Perceptual unitization in part-whole judgments, 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Amsterdam, Netherlands|
2016: Interdisciplinary Research Infrastructure Block Grant ($20,000). Chief Investigator (with PIs Amy Perfors and Helen Marshall) "Decision making in real life: the case of vaccinating children – uncertainty, perceived risk, and regret"
2016: Interdisciplinary Research Funding Scheme (pending). Participating Investigator (with CI Carolyn Semmler). "Understanding Human-technology interactions to aid in the use of unconstrained imagery for identification and surveillance"
2012: Research Infrastructure Block Grant ($11,000). Chief Investigator (with PIs Amy Perfors and Daniel Navarro). "Assessing the consistency of generalization across individuals"
Perception and Cognition, planned for 2016, School of Psychology, University of Adelaide
Cognitive Psychology, Fall 2009, Fall 2010, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University
Research Methods for Experimental Psychology, Spring 2009, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University
Introduction to Statistics, Guest Lectures, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University
Introduction to Psychology, Guest Lectures, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University
I am currently co-supervising for two PhD students:
Wai Keen Vong (2013-present)
Steven Langsford (2014-present)
Additionally, I have active research collaborations with two additional PhD students:
Lauren Kennedy (2014-present)
Keith Ransom (2014-present, part time)