Denise Dellarosa Cummins is the author of Good Thinking: Seven Powerful Ideas that Influence the Way We Think (Cambridge University Press), and The Other Side of Psychology: How Experimental Psychologists Find Out the Way We Think and Feel (St. Martins Press). She is also co-editor of two scholarly volumes: Minds, Brains, & Computers: The Historical Foundations of Cognitive Science (Blackwell Publishers), and Evolution of Mind (Oxford University Press). She has authored over 40 scholarly publications on reasoning and decision-making from evolutionary, comparative, and developmental perspectives, and serves as a reviewer for distinguished scientific and philosophical journals. She has been an invited scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, and an invited speaker at St. Andrews University, Durham University, the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Illinois Public Radio, and other distinguished venues.
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