Stephanie Tulk

Stephanie Tulk

Stephanie Tulk

Graduate Lecturer

Human-Computer Interaction, Human-Robot Interaction, Social and Cognitive Neuroscience, Cognitive Modeling, Artificial Intelligence and Citizen Science

I'm a science and media dork who wants the world to laugh and learn. I'm currently a PhD student in the Human Factors & Applied Cognition program at George Mason University. My research interests include social robotics, human-computer interaction, cognitive modeling, machine learning and citizen science.

As a scientist, I'm working to enhance our understanding of the brain and foster a global commitment towards enhanced education, fun, and a healthier, safer and more engaging built environment!

Selected Publications

Walliser, J., Tulk, S., Hertz, N., Issler, E., & Wiese, E. (2015, October). Effects of Perspective Taking on Implicit Attitudes and Performance in Economic Games. In International Conference on Social Robotics (pp. 684-693). Springer International Publishing.

Courses Taught

Research Methods (lab) - Fall 2014

Social Psychology - Fall 2015

Cognitive Psychology - Spring 2016 & Summer 2016

Mystery, Madness and Murder - Fall 2016

Intro to Psychology - Spring 2017


Michigan Technological University: BS in Civil Engineering; Certificate in International Sustainable Development Engineering

George Mason University: MA in Human Factors, Psychology; PhD in Human Factors Psychology (current)