I try to write about the things I know, mainly: language, thought, and graduate school.
- #MySciComm: Rose Hendricks (of ComSciCon!) on Harnessing Insights from Psychology for SciComm. Ecological Society of America SciComm Section, October 2017.
- ComSciCon: Science Communication Workshops for Graduate Students, by Graduate Students. PLOS SciComm, September 2017.
- What it means to do cognitive science research. The Q, April 2017.
- Communicating Climate Change: Focus on the Framing, not just the Facts. The Conversation US, March 2017
- Using ‘real life’ analogies to get past scientific uncertainty on climate change, PLOS Scicomm, February 2017
- Piecing together a stellar research team. The Q (Quartzy blog), February 2017
- Getting a scientific message across means taking human nature into account. The Conversation US, January 2017
- A Linguistically-Inclined Cognitive Scientist’s Take on Arrival Creators.co, December 2016
- What will you do with that? University of Venus, November 2016
Posts on NeuWrite San Diego
Posts for UCSD Cognitive Science
- CogSci Podcast #1: An interview with Jeremy Karnowski March 2016
- Nothing Never Happens March 2016
- San Diego Science and Engineering Fair May 2015
- Metaphors for Grad School February 2014
Posts for Learning & the Brain
- On the Bright Side: The Science of Good Stress
- A New Breed of Tools: Offline Digital Learning
- Gaining STEAM: Where Art and Science Meet
- Overcoming Stereotypes in the Classroom through Values Affirmation
- Do Metaphors Make Learning a Piece of Cake?
- Language Nutrition and the Developing Brain
- Does Well-Being Get Better with Time? HIPPO Reads, June 2015
- The Language of Business: A Cognitive Scientist’s View Virgin Unite, October 2014
- Measuring Your Workday in Pomodoros GradHacker, February 2014
I want to learn everything I can. And I write down everything I see. Golly says if I want to be a writer someday, I better start now. And that is why I am a spy. –Harriet the Spy