Roy de Kleijn

 Roy de Kleijn is an expert in robotics and artificial intelligence at the Cognitive Psychology Unit of Leiden University.
Roy de Kleijn received his M.S. in Cognitive Neuroscience, graduating on the thesis Computational modeling of individual differences using stochastic information accumulation models, supervised by Jay McClelland at Stanford University. While working on his M.S. in Computer Science at Georgia Tech, he received his Ph.D. from Leiden University under the supervision of Bernhard Hommel, for the dissertation Control of complex actions in humans and robots. He is currently an assistant professor at Leiden University, lecturing on topics such as artificial intelligence, computational modeling, artificial neural networks, and cognitive psychology.

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