Hi Scholar.social! πŸ‘‹

I and Christina Bergmann created compcog.science for keeping a list of of minority computational cognitive modellers/scientists.

There's very few of us and we want to know who's out there!

Please boost to get more names! ☺️

Olivia Guest
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Holy shit, you all! Thank you!

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> 100 comp cog modelers! 🀯

compcog.science

Please continue to boost and add: queer ppl, disabled ppl, gender minorities, ethnic minorities, neuroatypical ppl, & whoever else I'm forgetting β€” all minorities in modeling. πŸ’ž

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