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Lace Padilla
Assistant Professor, Cognitive & Information Sciences . studies visual decision-making and spatial cognition. she/her
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Danielle Szafir 15h
So excited to announce our upcoming VIS paper! Lucky to have worked with these amazing ladies in years of discussions & activities that led to this effort (& hopefully many to come). We present a design space to inform & innovate on how we experimentally understand visualizations
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Lace Padilla 9h
Replying to @FILWD @JessicaHullman
;) Ok how about starting a Tweet like this
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Lace Padilla 15h
Replying to @JessicaHullman @FILWD
In my head, this is how all of my tweets are perceived: "If you weren't tired of me yet, here is another paper that is an incremental iteration on all my prior work plus a bonus new thing at the end. Enjoy!"
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Kate Starbird Sep 28
Though I might suggest a different color treatment on the warning text on Twitter’s label. The light blue is easy to skip over. Meanwhile, on Facebook, that label is worse than nothing.
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Lace Padilla Sep 27
Love ? If so, donate and help the people who have lived there for 1000s of years finally be recognized as a tribe by the government. No better way to honor that sacred place than to advocate for the people of its land.
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Dr. Elan Hope Sep 27
We have some FANTASTIC Black scholars on the market in Psychology. If you have positions, HIT. THEM. UP! This is a growing list (DM to be added).
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Kate Starbird Sep 22
This. Also domestic political actors will share misleading content and false narratives that resonate with the disinfo campaigns of foreign actors and cyber criminals. They may think this helps their political cause, but in the long run, it causes profound damage to our country.
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Lace Padilla Sep 22
Replying to @anjames3 @kbschloss
Only if it goes right after your PhD line :)
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Lace Padilla Sep 22
At MTS we heard a highly engaging talk by on individual differences in sentence processing Best chat quote "very interesting scholarship with a side order of legit comedy"😄 Talk: Looking forward to next week w/ on visual reasoning!
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Lace Padilla Sep 17
Here is my talk for on 'How to read Uncertainty Visualizations.' I cover a wide range from the basics of distributions to complex vis. This is for people with no stats background so anyone can become a more informed information consumer.
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Kate Starbird Sep 15
Another example of how disinformation is appropriating “science” and using partisan media to spread conspiracy theories that support political narratives. It’s almost like a well oiled political disinfo machine. (*arrest, not conviction.)
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Lace Padilla Sep 15
Kicking off our first Mind, Technology + Society (MTS) Talk Series is . She talks about her new book, The Attending Mind, and starts off the talk with a few mins of much-needed meditation🙏 Next week we hear from ! PM me for details
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Trafton Drew Sep 15
I am searching for a post-doc to work with me, & on a newly funded project devoted to using eye-tracking and VR to understand the benefits (and costs!) of how we use navigational cues. Candidates can start remotely in October! Please RT!
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Lace Padilla Sep 12
Thanks!
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Lace Padilla Sep 12
Replying to @LanguageGames4a
Thanks!
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Lace Padilla Sep 12
Great idea. I didn't think about that. Thanks!
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Lace Padilla Sep 11
Replying to @habusaru
Shadya's work is great, thanks for suggesting!
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Lace Padilla Sep 11
Replying to @sathvikn4 @raryskin
Fantastic, thank you!
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Lace Padilla Sep 11
I'm making a list of cognitive scientists who use their work to do good in the world, such as addressing social or environmental issues. I can think of a few, but I know there are more out there. Any thoughts on who I could add to the list? Thanks!
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Matthew Kay Sep 3
Some folks I work with are running a neat study on how people interpret data visualizations... They're especially looking for more folks with data analysis experience to participate, please help out!
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