Kensy Cooperrider
Cognitive scientist, University of Chicago

Kensy Cooperrider is a cognitive scientist in the Department of Psychology at the University of Chicago.

Written by Kensy Cooperrider

With the appearance of the first rays of the sun from Cerro Huantajaya in Alto Hospicio, northern Chile, people celebrate the arrival of the Aymara New Year, Machaq Mara, and the arrival of new energies. Photo courtesy Gobierno Regional de Tarapacá/Flickr

Idea/
Cognition and intelligence
What happens to cognitive diversity when everyone is more WEIRD?

Kensy Cooperrider

A Sicilian peasant explains to an American officer which way the Germans had gone. August 1943 in Troina, Italy. Photo by Robert Capa, courtesy International Center of Photography/Magnum

Essay/
Cognition and intelligence
Gesture talks

Across vast cultural divides people can understand one another through gesture. Does that make it a universal language?

Kensy Cooperrider