Dr. Glenberg explores the experimental evidence for a theory of language that embraces the concept that our language abilities are actually rooted in how the body interacts with the world and shapes our brain.
Arthur Glenberg is a professor in the Department of Psychology at Arizona State University, an emeritus professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a member of INICO at the Univeridad de Salamanca. He received his undergraduate degree from Miami University (the real one in Oxford, OH), and his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. He does basic research in cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience with a focus on developing theories of embodied cognition in the areas of language, education, and social processes.
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