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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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Youth-led Neuroscience Organisations

Youth-led Neuroscience Organisations

The future promise of any nation can be directly measured by the present prospects of its youth. – John F. Kennedy Being the flag bearers of the future, the youth play a very important role in terms of having a wilful temperament, robust energy, and intellectual...

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Welcome to latest members of the CSS Team

Welcome to latest members of the CSS Team

Marcelo Viridiano,CogSci Content Production Manager Marcelo Viridiano graduated from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil, with a bachelor’s degree in Arts and Design and is currently a Ph.D. student at the FrameNet Brasil Computational Linguistic Lab...

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Celebrating Journal Editors Wayne Gray and Rick Cooper

By Caroline Verdier, Managing Editor of Cognitive Science   I’ve been working with two extraordinary people for the past—well, who’s counting the years?  Wayne Gray and Rick Cooper will soon step down as the executive editors of their respective journals, Topics...

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