James C. Bartlett
Cognition and Neuroscience
School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, UT Dallas
United States of America
Dr. James Bartlett is a leading researcher in the area of human perception and memory. His most recent work concerns the brain processes involved in perception and the recognition of faces as compared to other complex stimuli, the reliability of eyewitness testimony in old age, and age-related differences in memory for music, faces, and face-name associations. Dr. Bartlett speaks to numerous groups and has served on the editorial board of Psychology and Aging and an ad hoc reviewer for a number of other scholarly journals. In 2015, Dr. Bartlett was appointed interim dean of the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences. He also is an Ashbel Smith Professor, a Fellow at UT Dallas’ Center for Vital Longevity, and he has chaired the University of Texas Faculty Advisory Council. Dr. Bartlett earned his bachelor’s degree from UT Austin and his PhD from Yale University.
Memory and cognition, quantitative models, neuroimaging, genomics, Nonverbal cognition with specific projects focused on human aging and memory, long-term memory for faces, perception of faces, eyewitness memory, and music cognition.