Research in cognitive architecture studies the fixed
structures underlying cognition. At Michigan, we are
exploring architectural structures to support human-level
AI systems, as well as computational models of human
behavior and the structure of the human brain. All these
efforts draw from AI, psychology, and neuroscience, so
that our research is inherently interdisciplinary. Michigan
is unique in the breadth of cognitive architecture research
it supports, including active groups in Soar, EPIC, Act-R,
Cognitive Constraint Modeling, and neutrally-inspired
Baveja, Satinder Singh
Holland, John H.
Laird, John E.
Polk, Thad A.
Mower Provost, Emily
Related Labs, Centers, and Groups
Center for Cognitive Architecture
Center for the Study of Complex Systems
Computational Linguistics and Information Retrieval (CLAIR) Group
EPIC: A Cognitive Architecture for Computational Modeling of Human Performance