Hi, I'm Andy J. Wills, Ph.D. (he/him) and a Professor of Psychology at the School of Psychology , University of Plymouth, United Kingdom. I have researched cognitive processes in biological intelligences (mostly humans), and taught psychology to undergraduates, for over 25 years.

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How hard is cognitive science?

Very, very hard

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Patricia Rich and colleagues (Rich et al., 2021) ask us to imagine what, for most theorists in cognitive science, would seem to be an ideal working environment. It’s a world where there is no uncertainty about observations (no replication crisis). It’s also a world where there is no problem of... [Read More]
Tags: theory