I am a scholar of science and technology studies, as well as history and philosophy of intellectual property.
I am a cognitive scientist interested in the evolution of vocal communication and social behavior.
I am a conversation analyst with an interest in fundamental structures of human interaction, as well as more specialized interactions implicated in journalism and political communication.
I am a cognitive scientist interested in the dynamics of cognition and communication. I study how people dynamically structure their communication in order to develop and test theories of language and interaction.
I am a cognitive scientist investigating how to infer intention, belief, and desire from human actions.
I am a scholar of political communication, and am particularly interested in partisan news and the impact of new technologies on communication.
I am an interdisciplinary evolutionary scientist who studies how evolution has shaped the social mind.
I am a social psychologist interested in how cues in the face and body communicate social identities to observers.
I study multimodal communication in mass media by computational methods.
My research examines political communication, party strategy, voter behavior, and electoral competition both in the U.S. and in advanced parliamentary democracies.
I am a mathematical and computational modeler interested in social networks, social influence, and collective intelligence.
I research how people use the multimodal information in mass media to form complex and integrated models of reality, using language, images, gesture, and emotion.
I am a social cognitive scientist who studies how social categories are used to think about both humans and non-humans, including basic shapes, voices, and robots.
I study campaigns and elections with an emphasis on messaging and strategy.
I am a cognitive scientist interested in the early development and evolution of human vocal signals.