I’ve been associated with the Cognitive Science program at Simon Fraser University for several years. Earlier this month, I became Adjunct Professor of Cognitive Science there.
I have an active research program at SFU which is summarized on my SFU home page. Most of my foreground projects at the moment investigate the information processing mechanisms underlying sleep onset and insomnia. They are collaborations with excellent sleep research psychologists at various universities:
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As of today, Cognitive Productivity is available for sale on Amazon® as an ebook.
To celebrate this fact, the first 20 people who use the “I-Prefer-Leanpub” coupon URL in purchasing Cognitive Productivity from Leanpub will get this book for only $7.99, less than half the current Amazon price![*] (and half the recommended Leanpub price.) The URL coupon code is embedded in all Leanpub links in this post. Explicitly, it is:
Amazon, as you may have heard, has ruffled the feathers of authors and publishers. I won’t comment on that here.
However, I do encourage readers of Cognitive Productivity to purchase the book on Leanpub rather than Amazon, because:
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