Cognitive scientist at @USNRL. Flouting the laws of symbolic logic on the reg. He/him.
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Big thanks to @hollyahuey for joining our group today -- she presented fascinating research on what people prioritize when they make explanatory drawings (which you can read about here: https://psyarxiv.com/9hmzj).
My contribution to Cognitive Science's Progress & Puzzles series: "An impoverished epistemology holds back cognitive science research" @cogsci_soc View-only link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/share/PDZDX3KGQXQDXHFQ9TYY?target=10.1111/cogs.13199 1/
So many new labs starting this fall👏✨ #newPI pro tip: whatever time, money, and effort you invest in solid data management pipelines and git controlled code is worth it. When I started 5 years ago (today), it was a priority and it’s so, so worth it. #BetterCodeBetterResearch
@adelegoldberg1 Saddened to hear this. I have such fond memories of Sam at our lab meetings. What an incredible life
@adelegoldberg1 Sam was a mensch and a role model. Feeling very sad.
@adelegoldberg1 Very sad to hear this. Sam was a fantastic advisor to me in grad' school, and I owe him much.
@adelegoldberg1 Thanks for sharing Adele. A rare combination of brilliant and kind, Sam was an incredibly supportive colleague. He will be sorely missed at Princeton and in the field.
Sam Glucksberg (1933-2022), a leading psycholinguist who worked on metaphor and pragmatics, was brilliant, kind, and good humored. He was a great colleague and friend and will be missed.