Clint Jensen

Office Room:

257 in Brogden Hall (Psych Building)

Office Address:

1202 W. Johnson Street, Madison, WI 53706-1969

Email Address:

 cjensen5@wisc.edu

 

Bio forthcoming!

 

Publications and Conference Presentations

Peer-reviewed articles:

Jensen, C.,  Sumanthiran, D.,  Kirkorian, H.,  Travers, B., Rosengren, K., Rogers, T. T.,Human perception and machine vision reveal rich latent structure in human figure drawings. [Manuscript submitted for publication]. Psychology Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Conference Presentations & Talks:

Jensen, C.A., Rogers, T. T., Simmering, V. R. (2019). Children make category generalizations based on object shape but not object color in visual recognition tasks. Cognitive Development Society, Louisville, KY, USA, October 2019

Jensen, C.A., Murphy, A.D., Young, A.G., Alibali, M.W., Rogers, T. T., Kalish, C. (2019). Symbol Grounding Boosts Transfer in Addition Learning. Cognitive Science Society, Montreal, Québec, Canada, July 2019

Jensen, C.A., Rogers, T. T., Simmering, V. R. (2018). Children regularize object shape but not object color in visual recognition tasks. Cognitive Science Society, Madison, WI, USA, August 2018

Miler, H. E., Jensen, C.A., Austerweil, J. L., Simmering, V. R. (2017). Investigating Flexibility in Young Children’s Spatial Recall Strategies through Probabilistic Modeling. Cognitive Development Society, Portland, OR, USA, October 2017

Jensen, C.A., Simmering, V. R., Rogers, T. T. (2017). A Developmental Exploration of the Role of Knowledge and Perception on Visual Object Recognition. Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX, USA, April 2017

Jensen, C.A., V. R. Simmering, T. T. Rogers (2016). The touch of knowledge: A developmental exploration of the impact of conceptual knowledge on visual recognition in a touchscreen change-detection paradigm. Jean Piaget Society, Chicago, Illinois, USA, June 2016

Jensen, C.A., Rogers, T. T., Simmering, V. R. (2016). Modeling the Influence of Knowledge on Recognition: Connecting visual recognition behavior across development to PDP computational models of semantic knowledge.Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop, Cognitive Science Society, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA, August 2016

Jensen, C.A., Rogers, T. T., Simmering, V. R. (2016). A Computational Consideration of Object Recognition Across Development. Cognitive Science Society, Philadelphia, PA, USA, August 2016

Jensen, C.A., V. R. Simmering, T. T. Rogers (2015). From general to specific: A developmental exploration of the influence of conceptual knowledge on visual recognition. Jean Piaget Society, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 2015

Jensen, C.A., Rogers, T. T., Simmering, V. R. (2015). Is a hump-less camel real? The role of knowledge in visual recognition. Cognitive Development Society, Columbus, OH, USA, October 2015

Jensen, C.A., Miler, H. E., Simmering, V. R. (2015). Developmental changes in how children weight spatial information. Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA, USA, March 2015

Awards & Honors

2020 – 2021  University Fellowship, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
2015, 16, 17, 18, 19  Hertz Travel Award, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
2015  McPherson ERI Walsh Research Travel Award, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
2014 – 2015  University Fellowship, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Teaching Experience

2022 Fall  Research Methods, Professor, Dr. Tina Winston
2021 Fall  Human Emotion: From Biology to Culture, Professor, Dr. Paula Niedenthal
2020 Spring  Child Development, Professor, Dr. Jenny Saffran
2019 Fall  Cognitive Neuroscience, Understanding how brains give rise to minds, Professor, Dr. Tim Rogers
2019 Spring  Child Development, Instructor Ron Pomper
2018 Fall  The Structure of Human Thought: Concepts, Language, and Culture, Professor, Dr. Gary Lupyan
2018 Spring  Cognitive Development, Professor, Dr. Martha W. Alibali