RESUME

EDUCATION
  • 2000
    2005
    CONNECTICUT, USA

    Experimental Psychology - PhD

    UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT

    Center for Ecological Study of Perception and Action, Department of Psychology
  • 1998
    2000
    CHRISTCHURCH, NZ

    Psychology - M. S.

    UNIVERSITY OF CANTERBURY, NZ

    Department of Psychology
  • 1994
    1997
    CHRISTCHURCH, NZ

    Psychology - BA.

    CHRISTCHURCH, NZ

    Department of Psychology
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
  • 2017
    PRESENT
    SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA

    PROFESSOR

    MACQUARIE UNIVERSITY

    Department of Psychology Center for Elite Performance, Expertise and Training
  • 2009
    2017
    CINCINNATI, OH, USA

    ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

    UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI

    Center for Cognition, Action and Perception Department of Psychology
  • 2006
    2009
    MAINE, USA

    ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

    COLBY COLLEGE

    Department of Psychology
RESEARCH GRANTS
  • 2019
    2023
    Macquarie University, Australia

    Developing Responsive and Adaptive Artificial-Agents for

    Australian Department of Defence, Science and Technology, Human Performance Research Network (HPRnet) Project (ID9024, AUD $480,000).

    Richardson, M. J., Kallen, R. W., Dras, M., Reichle, E., and Nalepka, P.
  • 2019
    2023
    Macquarie University, Australia

    ARC Future Fellowship: Modelling human perceptual-motor interaction for human-machine applications.

    Australian Research Council (ARC) (FT180100447, AUD $993,643).

    Richardson, M. J.
  • 2019
    2019
    Macquarie University, Australia

    Modelling human perceptual-motor interaction for human-machine applications.

    Australian Department of Defence, Science and Technology Group (MyIP8655, AUD $59,986)

    Richardson, M. J., Kallen, R. W., and Nalepka, P.
  • 2016
    2018
    University of Cincinnati, USA

    Cambridge New Directions: Inner Speech and Cognitive Phenomenology.

    John Templeton Foundation and the University of Cambridge (RG73416, USD $150,790).

    Langland-Hassan, P., & Co-PI Dietz, A., and Richardson, M. J.
  • 2013
    2018
    University of Cincinnati, USA

    Modeling the Behavioral Dynamics of Social Action and Coordination.

    NIH - National Institute of General Medical Sciences (R01GM105045, USD $1,422,393).

    Richardson, M. J., Kallen, R. W., Harrison, S. J., Saltzman, E and Schmidt, R. C
  • 2016
    2018
    University of Cincinnati, USA

    Development of a neurophysiologically integrated exoskeleton for sit-to-stand (STS) transition support based on multimodal action intent recognition

    UC Strategic Collaborative Grant (USD $99,876).

    Lorenz, T., Kumar, M., Kiefer, A., Ralescu, R., and Richardson, M. J.,
  • 2012
    2014
    University of Cincinnati, USA

    Evaluating the Time-Dependent Unfolding of Social Interactions in Autism.

    NIH - National Institute of Mental Health (1R21MH094659, USD $449,609).

    Richardson, M. J., Fitzpatrick, P. A., Schmidt, R. C., Bishop, S. L. and Duncan, A.
  • 2008
    2012
    University of Cincinnati, USA

    Collaborative Research: Dynamics of Interpersonal Coordination and Embodied Communication.

    National Science Foundation, BCS (Award #0926662 for USD $418,809).

    Shockley, K., Riley, M., Richardson, M. J., and Dale, R
  • 2008
    2011
    Colby College and University of Cincinnati, USA

    Collaborative Research (RUI): Perceptual Pick-up Processes in Interpersonal Coordination.

    National Science Foundation, BCS (Award # 0750190 for USD $118,817).

    Richardson, M. J., and R. C. Schmidt
  • 2004
    2008
    University of Connecticut, USA

    Affordances for Cooperation as a Dynamical System.

    National Science Foundation, BCS (Award # 0340277 for USD $ 327,750).

    Marsh, K. L., Richardson, M. J., Baron, R. M. and Carello, C.
  • 2003
    2006
    University of Connecticut and College of Holy Cross, USA

    Informational Constraints on Interpersonal Coordination.

    National Science Foundation, BCS (Award # 0240277 for USD $194,886).

    Schmidt, R.C., Richardson, M. J., Fowler, C. A., and Marsh, K. L.