The Norton Psychology Reader by Gary F. MarcusGary Marcus is an award-wining Professor of Psychology at New York University and director of the NYU Center for Child Language. He has written three books about the origins and nature of the human mind, including Kluge (2008, Houghton Mifflin/Faber), and The Birth of the Mind (Basic Books, 2004, translated into 6 languages). He is also the editor of The Norton Psychology Reader, and the author of numerous science publications in leading journals, such as Science, Nature, Cognition, and Psychological Science. He is also the editor of the Norton Psychology Reader and has frequently written articles for the general public, in forums such as Wired, Discover, The Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times.
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Gary F. Marcus born February 8, is a scientist, author, and entrepreneur. His research focuses on natural and artificial intelligence. Wired magazine described his trilogy critiquing Deep learning   and AlphaGo  as "remarkable". Marcus attended Hampshire College where he designed his own major, Cognitive Science, working on human reasoning. He continued on to graduate school at Massachusetts Institute of Technology , where his advisor was the experimental psychologist Steven Pinker.