Faculty/Staff News & Features

Eve Clark (Richard Lyman Professor of Linguistics) is currently the President of the International Association for the Study of Child Language (IASCL). She was interviewed recently in the IASCL - Child Language Bulletin.


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Posted by Admin 5 years, 6 months ago

Solomon Feferman (Patrick Suppes Family Professor in Philosophy and Mathematics, Emeritus), last month delivered the fiirst Paul Bernays Lectures at ETH in Switzerland. The lectures were titled "Bernays, Gödel and Hilbert's consistency program" and "Is the Continuum Hypothesis a definite mathematical problem?".


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Via the Philosophy Department website:  Professor Anna-Sara Malmgren was awarded The American Philosophical Association's 2012 Article Prize for her article, "Rationalism and the Content of Intuitive Judgements," Mind, 120 (2011), 263-327.

The APA Prize Article is given to the best article published in the previous two years. The new ...


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Jeremy Bailenson (Associate Professor of Communication) spoke in May at TEDxStanford about his experimental research on virtual reality. His talk was titled "Infinite Reality: Revaling the Blueprints of Our Virtual Lives":


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Posted by Todd Davies 5 years, 7 months ago

Baba Shiv (Sanwa Bank, Limited, Professor of Marketing at the Business School) spoke at TEDxStanford in May about his research on the benefits of letting someone else make certain decisions for you. His talk was titled "Sometimes It's Good to Give Up the Driver's Seat".


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Symbolic Systems Program Director Kenneth A. Taylor (Henry Waldgrave Stuart Professor in Philosophy) spoke at TEDxStanford 2012 in May on "Plato, Democracy, and Me". Ken is also co-host with John R. Perry (Henry Waldgrave Stuart Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus) of the radio program Philosophy Talk. A video of Ken's ...


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Posted by Admin 5 years, 8 months ago

Clifford Nass (Thomas More Storke Professor of Communication, and Professor, by courtesy, of Sociology, of Computer Science, of Education and of Law) spoke earlier this summer at a Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences symposium about his research on media multitasking, which he and Eyal Ophir (M.S ...


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A new article in the Stanford Report discusses the "Voices of California" project headed by Penelope Eckert (Professor of Linguistics). From the article:

"Penelope Eckert, a professor of linguistics at Stanford, was intrigued by the disconnect between California's diverse populations and Californians' views of their own speech as homogenous ...


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Alexis Burgess (Assistant Professor of Philosophy) was recently interviewed by Richard Marshall of 3:AM magazine. During the interview, Professor Burgess discussed his views on the topic of truth, which are also presented in his co-authored book titled, "Truth". To access the full interview, click here.

3:AM Magazine is ...


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Psychology Profs. Michael C. Frank (Class of 2003) and Noah Goodman are featured in a recent Stanford Report story: "Stanford psychologists aim to help computers understand you better".


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Posted by Admin 5 years, 9 months ago

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