Kenneth R. Livingston

Professor of Cognitive Science

Ken Livingston received both his undergraduate and graduate degrees at Harvard University, the AB in 1971 and the PhD in 1977. His undergraduate degree was in the now defunct Department of Social Relations, which provided a strong interdisciplinary background that ranged from anthropology and sociology to experimental psychology. His graduate degree was in developmental psychology (cognitive development in particular), with a minor in physiological psychology and strong background in personality psychology.

BA, MA, PhD, Harvard University
At Vassar since 1977


New England Building
Box 479

Research and Academic Interests



COGS 110 The Science and Fiction of Mind
COGS 211 Perception and Action
STS 303 Senior Thesis

In the Media


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