I’m interesting in creating a list of people on Twitter that Mind Hacks readers might be interested in: psychologists, neuroscientists, psychiatrists, AI hackers, anthropologists, sociologists, science writers, philosophers – you know the sort.
However, it seems quite hard to track down people by their interests.
So if you follow, or are, someone who posts lots of interesting mind and brain stuff on Twitter, leave a comment on this post, or email me using this web form with Twitter in the title.
My only caveat is I’m not particularly interested in, for example, a psychologist who mostly twitters about their cat, the news, sport or whatever. They need to be a good source of mind and brain insights.
I’ll filter the list and post it up here.
6 thoughts on “Finding a Twitter flock”
Mo Costandi, Jonah Lehrer, rcpsych (Royal College of Psychiatrists)
i¬¥ll do a tour to find more interesting “twitters” to add to the list
Professional philosophers using twitter: Gilbert Harman, Tim Crane, Peter Smith (especialized in logic and philosophy of mathematics but with interest in philosophy of mind)
And here a list of young and promising figures in philosophy:http://www.johnbasl.com/?page_id=145
Have a look at this list of twitter academics, physicians and the likes of them:
Dr Shock is twittering:
Kind regards Dr Shock
You must follow @KathySierra
This is a great idea.
Can wait to see the list 🙂
If you’re still working on this, I am postgrad studying music neuroscience, posting related material: @joshuafry
Also my personal favourite is @danlevitin