In this recent article Berit Brogaard and I wrote for The Philosophers’ Magazine, we discuss the philosophical implications of synesthesia, a neurological condition where the senses are mixed. For example, some synesthetes attribute particular colors or personalities to letters and numbers to
In this recent paper in Analysis, Berit Brogaard and I defend Tensism against a popular objection. Tensism holds that the present moment has a special status that sets it apart from the past and the future, independently of perceivers. One
I recently co-authored a short article on Jason Padgett, an acquired synesthete and savant, with Berit Brogaard. After sustaining a concussion from a brutal attack, Jason began to see visual imagery associated with mathematical formulas. Our lab’s research found the
Those of you interested in synesthesia and savant syndrome should tune into St. Louis on the Air at 11:00 am Thursday, January 24th when Berit Brogaard and I will be talking about our forthcoming book The Superhuman Mind: True Tales of
Berit Brogaard and I are co-authoring a blog for Psychology Today called The Superhuman Mind. Check it out!
We talked to Katy Edgington at Science Omega about our lab’s research and the subject of our upcoming book The Superhuman Mind: True Tales of Extraordinary Mental Ability. Check out the interview here and then please like the book’s Facebook page!
I am proud to announce I’m coauthoring a book with my AWESOME mentor and friend, Berit Brogaard. You can read the description below and then LIKE our Facebook Page! Presenting a number of unique case studies, this 280-page inspirational science book
From Change.org *Professional, academic philosophy has a well-documented and ongoing pattern of excluding women. The situation is bad in the English speaking philosophical world, and it is no better in much of Europe. We recognize, of course, the significance and
I encourage philosophy students to submit top-quality papers to this conference that I am organizing:
Dallas scientist is now his ‘own experiment’ in testing tech to fight ALS By Marc Ramirez, Staff Writer, The Dallas Morning News, Published: 17 September 2012 11:38 PM Nathan Hunsinger/Staff Photographer Tony Wood gets an experimental infusion to combat his ALS at