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Cathleen O'Grady

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Freelance Science Writer — Ars Technica, Freelance
Covers:  cognitive science, linguistics, human evolution, archaeology, social sciences, psychology, ethology, urban planning, public health, traffic engineering, sociology, epidemiology, education

Science journalist, @UoE_CLE PhD student, symbiont with a head of gravity-defying hair. Evolution, language, meta-research and methods nerd.

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I'm a PhD student interested in how human social cognition played a role in making cavemen stop grunting and start talking. I also write about other people's research.

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@cathleenogrady — 1,370 followers, 1,817 tweets

"Scientists are allowed to make mistakes without the assumption that they have done something untoward, and I am allowed to ask if I have found those mistakes." @jamesheathers talking eminent sense, as usual. https://t.co/aAUmw3FTpv
"Scientists are allowed to make mistakes without the assumption that they have done something untoward, and I am allowed to ask if I have found those mistakes." https://t.co/aAUmw3FTpv
RT @m_c_marshall: This appears to be the platonic ideal of the journalistic truism that if there's a question in the headline, the an…
RT @Scriblit: This is just to say I have enjoyed The meme That is based on The plums poem And which you Are probably Sick Of se…
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