Jim Davies, of Carleton University’s Institute of Cognitive Science and School of Computer Science, has published two book chapters in the new book Star Trek Psychology: The Mental Frontier. One is about creativity and the design of Star Trek’s aliens, and the other is about the representation of artificial intelligence in the Star Trek universe (co-authored with Dr. Anthony Francis).

 Dr. Davies has also published chapters in psychology books about Star Wars and Doctor Who.

 Davies, J. (2017). Imagination, creativity, and aliens. In T. Langley (Ed.) Star Trek psychology: The mental frontier. 239—250.

http://jimdavies.org/research/publications/star-trek-psychology/Davies2017i.html

 Francis, A. & Davies, J. (2017). The measure of a machine: The psychology of Star Trek’s artificial Intelligence. In T. Langley (Ed.) Star Trek psychology: The mental frontier. 251—266.

http://jimdavies.org/research/publications/star-trek-psychology/FrancisDavies2017.html

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