Stefan Uddenberg

Cognitive Psychology PhD Student, Yale University


Hello! I am a PhD student at Yale University, working primarily with Brian Scholl in the Perception & Cognition Laboratory

My primary research program explores the mind’s default assumptions about what we see, by using the method of serial reproduction — essentially the children’s game of ‘Broken Telephone’ — in contexts ranging from face perception to causal history.

Before coming to Yale, I was a research assistant working with Won Mok Shim in the Visual Perception & Cognition Lab at Dartmouth College, which is where I also did my undergraduate degree. I majored in Cognitive Science, Japanese Studies, and "A Cappella Studies".