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  • Contributor: Joseph D. Fridman Undergraduate College Scholar, Cognitive Science major   Starting to explain, I’d open my palm and excitedly tick off the five concentration areas I’d found on the Johns Hopkins University website: “Neuroscience, linguistics, psychology, computer science, and philosophy.” I was 13, pimply, and intensely overjoyed at the prospect of spending three weeks […]

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  • Contributor: Ethan Jost PhD Student in Psychology   One of my favorite things about cognitive science is the relatively broad meaning of the term. My peers and I study everything from syntax to neurons, all in the pursuit of understanding how the brain functions. Ryu (who was kind enough to ask me to contribute to […]

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  • Contributor: Ryutaro Uchiyama PhD Student in Psychology   As the website for our Cognitive Science program is relaunched this week, one of its new features will be this blog, which will consist mainly of content contributed by graduate students. I am privileged to write the first entry, and will start out by promoting a student […]

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