In this interview with Dr. Ryan Rhodes, a cognitive scientist, linguist, and YouTuber, we talk in depth about cognitive science, including some of the classic experiments as well as fascinating findings from this field in general. Check out the full interview on my podcast or the video version on YouTube https://youtu.be/P0ejbrcnmPY
Ryan Rhodes is Assistant Teaching Professor for the Rutgers University Center for Cognitive Science, where he teaches interdisciplinary courses on language, cognition, and the brain. He received a PhD in linguistics from the University of Delaware, where he worked as lab manager for Arild Hestvik’s psycholinguistics ERP lab, and an MA in linguistics from Fresno State, where he worked on the Chukchansi Yokuts language documentation project. His current work combines electrophysiological (EEG) and behavioral measures to investigate mental representations of linguistic structure, auditory prediction, and rule learning.
In addition to his work as an educator and scientist, Ryan is also the creator of two YouTube channels about cognitive science and linguistics. In this video, we mainly refer to his original channel, which is just called “Ryan Rhodes,” where he posts videos that serve as university-level introductory cognitive science lectures. His newer channel, called “Language of Mind,” where he creates shorter videos that dive into specific aspects of cognitive science and linguistics.
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My goal: Give you an accurate and clear picture of how the brain and mind work at various levels of analysis. I do that by carefully reading and reporting the science as I understand it.