Not registered as user yet
Lera Boroditsky is an Associate Professor of Cognitive Science at UCSD and Editor in Chief of Frontiers in Cultural Psychology. She previously served on the faculty at MIT and at Stanford. Her research is on the relationships between mind, world, and language (or how humans get so smart). She has been named one of 25 Visionaries changing the world by the Utne Reader, and is also a Searle Scholar, a McDonnell scholar, recipient of an NSF Career award, and an APA Distinguished Scientist lecturer. She once used the Indonesian exclusive “we” correctly before breakfast, and was proud of herself about it all day.
|SPLASH 2017|| Onward 2017 Keynote: How the languages we speak shape the ways we think|
Panel: 50 Years of Language Evolution: From Simula’67 to the Future
|Show activities from other conferences|
View general profile