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Ph.D., Cognitive Neuroscience - Perception and Cognition, Harvard University, 1997
2016-present Professor of the Practice - Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tufts University
2013-2016 Professor of Innovation and Consumer Psychology, Bangor University
2013-2016 Director, Attention Retraining Technologies
2012-2016 Director of Commercialization - Psychology, Bangor University
2003-2013 Senior Lecturer - Psychology, Bangor University
2000-2001 Head of Strategic Insights, Idealab!
1997-2000 Research Associate - Neurology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
1982-2009 Consultant, Carmel Research Center
James Intriligator earned his Ph.D. in cognitive neuroscience from Harvard University in 1997. After a postdoc in neurology at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, he left academia for five years and worked in venture capital and high-tech consulting firms as an offerings designer and innovation catalyst. In 2003, he merged his business experience with his scientific expertise and went to Bangor University (Wales, UK) as a pioneer in the field of consumer psychology. In his 13 years at Bangor, Intriligator created Europe's leading consumer psychology master's programs and co-developed several multidisciplinary design programs.
Professor Intriligator's research interests include design thinking and motivation, marketing, branding/packaging, consumer perceptions and experience, perception, cognition, attention, emotion, and entrepreneurialism.
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