Roger W. Schvaneveldt
Roger W. Schvaneveldt, PhD is Professor Emeritus of Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University and Cognitive Psychology at New Mexico State University. Prior to that he served on the faculty of Stony Brook University. Roger co-wrote with David E. Meyer the seminal article on semantic priming, developed Pathfinder Network Scaling with Frank Durso and others, and edited a widely cited book on the topic. His work in cognitive science includes the study of expertise, implicit learning, aviation psychology and discovery in biomedical informatics.