Dr. Musolino is a cognitive scientist, public speaker, and author who holds a dual appointment in the Psychology Department and the Rutgers Center for Cognitive Science (RuCCS). Dr. Musolino is also a member of the graduate faculty in the world-renowned Department of Philosophy at Rutgers University. His research spans a broad range of topics in the sciences of the mind with the overarching goal of shedding light on what makes our intelligence distinctively human. Research topics include questions about language, rationality, agency, memory, and belief formation/updating. Dr. Musolino’s research has been published in leading international journals and it has been funded by the NIH and the NSF. Dr. Musolino’s work also takes a public dimension and explores the implications of cognitive science for a range of issues of broader societal importance. Dr. Musolino has been the recipient of multiple teaching awards, he has appeared on national television, participated in public debates, his work has been discussed in popular magazines, and he has been a guest on radio and podcast programs in the United States and abroad. For more information about Dr. Musolino, please visit his personal website.