Shimon Edelman's Experimental Epistemology and Desert Adventure Project

In the beginning was the trailhead.


The Odyssey  ended  stopped for a breather in Ithaca, New York: I am at the Department of Psychology at Cornell University.

Teaching

A note to instructors. Teaching cognitive psychology? Looking for a readable, comprehensive, modern text that would help the reader achieve genuine — that is, computational — understanding of cognition? Consider adopting Computing the Mind (see below) as your text.

Books

The Book of Beginnings (2014): a psychological-philosophical science fiction (psy-phi sci-fi) novella. Download it from — AmazoniTunesBarnes&Noble. Visit its Facebook Page. Computing the Mind (Oxford University Press, 2008): see table of contents; read reviews; visit Facebook Page; see corrigenda. Used for teaching at Cornell since 2006 (now also at NYU, Buffalo, BU, and Wells). The Happiness of Pursuit (Basic Books, February 2012). A Kirkus starred selection and Must-Read in new nonfiction. Available also in Italian.
Representation and Recognition in Vision (MIT Press, 1999): see table of contents and introduction; read online (for CogNet subscribers; if you connect from cornell.edu, you are). Being in Time: Dynamical Models of Phenomenal Experience (John Benjamins, July 2012; Advances in Consciousness Research, vol. 88): see table of contents. Language Universals (Oxford University Press, 2009).
[See also my Amazon author page]

Other publications

  • My online papers: the Experimental Epistemology Project REPRINT ARCHIVE.
  • My blog on Psychology Today (currently inactive: I'm putting all my spare time into a new book).
  • My profile on Google Scholar Citations.

Varia

This space is intermittently under construction. Meanwhile, here's some pseudorandom selection of content:

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