Travis Wiltshire
  • Warandelaan 2, Dante Building, room D 104

    5037 AB Tilburg


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Team Dynamics
Dynamical Systems
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Research interests

I am an interdisciplinary applied cognitive scientist focusing on understanding high-level cognitive processes (e.g., collaborative problem solving, social cognition) during human interaction with social and technological environments. I primarily study these phenomena from a Dynamical Systems perspective, which is a quantitative approach to characterize how interacting components of a system change and coordinate over time. My research aims to examine multiple scales of analysis (e.g., behavior, cognition, and physiology) to explain the functional coordination of a system's components as they span the boundaries of individuals and technologies in support of collaborative interactions.

Current courses

Statistics II for Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence

Complex Systems Methods for Cognitive and Data Scientists

Current courses

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External positions

Research tasks associated with the Ecology of Psychotherapy: Integrating Cognition, Language, and Emotion (EPICLE) project. These tasks specifically related to modeling patient therapist coordination and their relationship with therapeutic outcomes. (University of Southern Denmark)

13 Aug 201831 Dec 2020


  • Complexity
  • Teamwork
  • Team performance
  • Cognitive Science
  • Dynamical Systems
  • Collaboration
  • Problem Solving
  • Cognition
  • Team Cognition
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Coordination


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