Andrew Shtulman

Dr. Shtulman is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Psychology and Cognitive Science at Occidental College. He holds an A.B. in Psychology from Princeton University and a Ph.D. in Psychology from Harvard University. His research explores conceptual development and conceptual change, particularly as they relate to science education, and he is a recipient of an Early Career Development Award from the National Science Foundation and an Understanding Human Cognition Scholar Award from the James S. McDonnell Foundation.

Recent Posts

February 11, 2016 in Darwin Day 2016, Mind

Why Darwin’s Tree of Life is a Cognitively Compelling Icon of Evolution

This Darwin Day, consider investing in a tree-of-life tee-shirt or a tree-of-life necklace or even a tree-of-life tattoo. You’ll be honoring Darwin’s legacy while also conveying a cognitively apt representation…
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December 4, 2015 in Uncategorised

My Resolution: To be More Attentive to Advantageous Inequity

Evolution may not have programmed us to care about advantageous inequity, but we have developed the cognitive and moral wherewithal to do so.
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