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Graham’s “Internet in Your Head” Now on Audiobook

To coincide with the release of the audio version of his latest book, Associate Professor of Psychological Science Daniel Graham discusses the findings and implications of his research, which argues for thinking about the human brain as a communication system, like the internet.

Associate Professor of Psychological Science Daniel Graham appeared recently on two podcasts to discuss his book, An Internet in Your Head, which proposes that the best metaphor for the human brain is the internet. The interviews coincide with the release of the audiobook of An Internet in Your Head.

Listen to the interviews on New Books Network and Avid Reader Podcast.

Graham specializes in the field of sensory and perceptual psychology, performing experimental, theoretical and computational research related to visual processing and neuronal network communication. His research spans computational and theoretical studies of natural vision coding in the retina and visual cortex, network science approaches to understanding dynamic activity on the connectome and human visual aesthetics and art-making from a statistical/computational perspective.

Graham is the author of the Psychology Today blog, Your Internet Brain. His scholarship has appeared in Network Neuroscience, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and Vision Research, among other journals. A member of the HWS faculty since 2012, he earned his B.A. in physics from Middlebury College and his M.S. in physics and Ph.D. in psychology from Cornell University.