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Remembering Susan Trickett

Remembering Susan Trickett

Susan Trickett was a cognitive scientist whose contributions included research on spatial cognition and mental simulation, as well as applications of cognitive science in understanding scientific discovery and improving education. Susan served as the Executive Officer...

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Research associations 101

Research associations 101

As an early-career researcher, you may be dubious just thinking about the responsibility and the workload that being in an association involves. To navigate your own decisions about contributing to a research organization, I’ve gathered a brief guide with six...

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Remembering Anne Cutler

Remembering Anne Cutler

Anne Cutler, a Fellow of the Cognitive Science Society, was a truly international, interdisciplinary, and innovative scientist. Her pioneering work on how humans recognize spoken language was recognized by accolades from the Royal Society and British Academy in the...

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Remembering Roger Shepard

Remembering Roger Shepard

Roger Shepard, a pioneering cognitive scientist, passed away on May 30, 2022. He is perhaps best known for his classic experiments on mental rotation, but also made foundational contributions across a broad range of topics including visual and auditory perception,...

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Celebrating Undergraduate Cognitive Scientists

Celebrating Undergraduate Cognitive Scientists

The Cognitive Science Society would like to honor the next generation of cognitive scientists by highlighting this year’s Robert J. Glushko award winners. Each year, undergraduate students across many universities are selected for Robert J. Glushko awards for academic...

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The importance of breaks

The importance of breaks

The irony of writing about the importance of breaks, on what is historically a ‘day of rest’ (Sunday) is certainly not lost on me. The admission that early career researchers work far beyond their 40 hour a week temporary contracts is widely documented (Bozzon,...

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Remembering Lila Gleitman

Remembering Lila Gleitman

Lila R. Gleitman, a winner of the David E. Rumelhart Prize for her contributions to the theoretical foundations of human cognition, passed away on August 8, 2021. Gleitman was Professor Emerita of Psychology and Linguistics at the University of Pennsylvania, and a...

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