Professor Morten Christiansen elected Fellow of the Cognitive Science Society

2017.08.31 | Anne-Mette Pedersen

Fellows of the Cognitive Science Society are individuals whose research has exhibited sustained excellence and had sustained impact on the Cognitive Science community. A Fellow’s research is typically inter-disciplinary but may be disciplinary research with significant impact on Cognitive Science. Fellows often participate significantly in the Cognitive Science community but not necessarily. Fellows are recognized for their professional integrity. All other factors being equal, the Fellows election process attempts to balance diversity in gender, geographical region of the world, and intellectual area  

See the announcement here and get more information about the Cognitive Science Society, as well as a complete list of Fellows. 


Professor Morten H. Christiansen, School of Communication and Culture and IMC
Cornell University, USA