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John Sutton @SuttonProfessor Sydney, New South Wales

Cricket, music, memory, skill, cognitive humanities, distributed cognition, remembering together. Prof of cog science, Macquarie Uni in Sydney.

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Punchy practical advice from novelist Cormac McCarthy on writing lively, simple academic work - my students need th… https://t.co/qGD6rYKrRx
1/15
2019
It's odd timing to have to correct a proof copy between Dec 23 and 30. But the urgency is apt: I'm finally publishi… https://t.co/k7nQ31vhEP
12/26
2019
The 'Thinking in the World' Reader has arrived! @BloomsburyPhilo 'bringing together phenomenology w recent trends i… https://t.co/NqweRMytRj
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12/22
2019
Politicians love to hide behind sport. But last week cricket proved that Australia is in trouble and its government… https://t.co/u4M6HNvD6k
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12/14
2019
End of days mood in apocalyptic smokehazed SydneyLast ever meeting of Macquarie Uni's Faculty of Human Sciences before we are disestablished. I was in at FoHS's con… https://t.co/R83PzgDwcU
12/11
2019
How will we remember this talk? @timbocop kicks off his session for the UTS Materialising Memories team https://t.co/afD4zZG4tj
12/10
2019
@anthony_mcgowan @NightwatchmanXI @guardian thanks Tony! and see also the nice paper 'Not Cricket' by Chopra & Coad… https://t.co/Co9B01n3uS
12/5
2019
Distributed creativity at Melbourne Uni workshop today: gorgeous studio in the lovely new Ian Potter Southbank Cent… https://t.co/ae8RRrevQm
11/26
2019
Stop press - this is *cancelled* due to the other speaker having lost her voice, and (not disconnected) the awful s… https://t.co/6Z1v86uZpn @JustinCaouette @distributedcog Also, Jan Slaby on mind invasion https://t.co/m9Gp2z3HSc and James Williams' 'Do no… https://t.co/yH1Jcd2T61
11/20
2019
The challenges of humanities/ science integration: free talks, panel, and drinks at UTS tomorrow, 4pm! https://t.co/kRtltdSBul
11/19
2019
The next @CEPET_MQ colloquium will be held 2pm Tuesday, Dec 3 @Macquarie_Uni. Dr Dom McNeil from @UniNewEngland wil… https://t.co/xiJ3BCcnFC
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11/18
2019
For those who couldn't make our annual conference last week, or for attendees who want to reminisce on the week tha… https://t.co/CWRiD7L12u
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11/14
2019
How does @UTSEngage create opportunities for HASS and STEMM collaboration? Join Professor Mary O'Kane,… https://t.co/OUt5hhYZhL
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11/13
2019
Sven Pape with my amazingly creative colleague Karen Pearlman. *Highly* recommended if you care about film, bodies,… https://t.co/OWZ5QvxpjxThe rhythm of editing, kinesthetic imagination, embodied simulation, why some cuts feel right. Great episode of The… https://t.co/tp34mNh70l
11/12
2019
@DavidMKaplanX Yes exactly, @AnPhreachain? Hmm a discipline like Cognitive Science, constituted of fields all over… https://t.co/lQMjIrOvHt
11/9
2019
Next gig, UTS 21 Nov: on the joys, risks, troubles, and challenges of collaboration across radically different rese… https://t.co/T84QwYwwnvEduardo Sandoval starts #CEPET2019 final session, on social robotics, human-robot interaction, and 'emotionally dur… https://t.co/MPLvFjqi8u @andrewsnotes and @thomps95 enjoying rich debate on syncretic and diversifying musical traditions #CEPET2019https://t.co/mtAD6A7CEk @andrewsnotes on jazz training and communities https://t.co/NnuHHDTwVuSaxophonist and academic researcher @andrewsnotes offers a new account of the development of a uniquely local jazz… https://t.co/Ko52r6rhC9 @GregDowney1 starts the last talk in a stunning session on expert communities of practice, reporting work with Dani… https://t.co/S2MumbvXjmPaul Mason's 20-min talk on choreomusicology and global cultural transmission also synthesises yesterday's entire c… https://t.co/L12GTm8JaVBiological concept of 'degeneracy', where many structures fulfil one function, different ways to solve a problem, c… https://t.co/KPmZH6arocPaul Mason on idioms of freedom and styles of improvisatory movement and thinking in Brazilian capoeira #CEPET2019https://t.co/znDT1uy1mwCash-strapped councils and sports clubs are privatising the public sporting spaces where the city's strangers play… https://t.co/Egn4fJqcmALess competitive, more inclusive, environmentally aware, super-diverse cosmopolitanism in informal urban sport? Raj… https://t.co/Es7CNsZjrEhttps://t.co/gj6htiIp4MRaj Velayutham on migrant and minority participation in informal community sport in Sydney, Singapore, London #cepet2019 @CEPET_MQNext session on how communities of practice train and sustain expertise kicks off with Jon Burtt on circus… https://t.co/YHzOLsVvvN
11/8
2019
Powerful calls for richer research and development in sport in an era of rapid changes in women's participation. Gr… https://t.co/VTsX7f74CfAdele Pavlidis's empirical research on how inequalities pervade the microsociology of talent identification in spor… https://t.co/nypaFzn1LY @GregDowney1 introduces our day 2 keynote Adele Pavlidis on sport, gender, roller derby, embodied cognition, and wo… https://t.co/R9CpxzHC9iPredictive processing account of choking under pressure. @MaxCappuccio77 gets the detailed active inference account… https://t.co/zy6KitO3QX @MaxCappuccio77 rounds off day 1 at #cepet2019 looking at choking and resilience through the lens of embodied cogni… https://t.co/TcvKiSlpEUWe're now halfway through day 1. Expertise in sport, music, medical diagnosis, forensic science, the navy ... Come… https://t.co/75soS0xYMg
11/7
2019
Only one day until the #CEPET2019 Conference begins @Macquarie_Uni! Day 2 opens with a keynote by @adele_pavlidishttps://t.co/spWqFzg0nS
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11/6
2019
Wonderful news from last night's awards ceremony at the Council for the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences!… https://t.co/5w9Iux1S9bhttps://t.co/X7Dyy0KaMD The MSA is launching a graduate seminar on memory studies in cooperation with the Universit… https://t.co/VT2dSkwvEP
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10/30
2019
'I thought she was dead': Remarkable reunion sees couple tie knot 60 years after losing touch https://t.co/0JAjoNcO0Z
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10/19
2019
Historian Sifiso Mxolisi Ndlovu giving a rich keynote on Mandela's African cosmologies, names, and creative uses of… https://t.co/1Lh3HZmpcH
10/18
2019
@Lincoln81 They are so out already! Utterly beautiful, as is the weather.About to kick off the inaugural conference of the Africa Chapter of the Memory Studies Association in sunny Pretori… https://t.co/5IUJ54hRsO
10/17
2019
👏Congratulations to the finalists of our 2019 CHASS Australia Prize for a Student! The winner will be announced on… https://t.co/KbW7qZvlt8
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10/10
2019
@AnnieChave @gulu1959 @S_Fitzy_87 @Numb3z @RoyMBE @GFoxyFowler Yes and alongside Ryan's extraordinary book goes Hai… https://t.co/rj0W6jmitg
10/5
2019
yay for my wonderful PhD student @Pini_Sarah, jus announced as a finalist in the Australia Prize for distinguished… https://t.co/rcQ5kbToI9
10/4
2019
Expertise researchers - free registration this week! https://t.co/0lZnyxNlhA
10/1
2019
Check out the wildest expertise research in Sydney: circus, Navy, robots, jazz, much much more https://t.co/WvQU19b7fV
9/20
2019
@judeinlondon2 DS Jimmy BeckTransforned or enhanced cognitive interdependence after dementia diagnosis, both social and technological resources… https://t.co/bJCABdEeJv
9/15
2019
I thought 'natural variation' meant bowl in the same spot and lo, different things happen. Strauss seems to say it'… https://t.co/gmUZ4F8aEL
9/13
2019
@EyeOnThePitch thanks for the prompt to catch up with the highlights ... Brathwaite's shot poor but yup the four hi… https://t.co/omXSr3wnEY
8/27
2019
@EyeOnThePitch Yes exactly ... this confirms that sometimes 'getting caught up in the emotions' is not, as Paine worried, 'wasted energy'As if skill can’t incorporate emotion & be in part deeply emotional; as if emotional responses can’t be rich ways t… https://t.co/AqJTqEdR3cPaine's measured response to Ashes Test loss was impressive: save for his attacks on 'emotion'. Sharply, repeatedly… https://t.co/dsobzAxdeE
8/26
2019
@mickfealty @chrisadonnelly Right, fascinating. Do you know of any writing about this in baseball?
8/20
2019
@SeanMuller2018 Yes! Saw it last night before play started, and it got me puzzling again on all this. @WilliamGeorgeQ @cavanscott Rebus! @drrobbiewilson Thank you! Yup, should be possible in a couple of directions, drawing on gesture research as well a… https://t.co/Slv9T13AIP
8/19
2019
@lyn_tribble Yes, in some ways. Those are forms of preparation or rehearsal, where batters need sometimes to trick… https://t.co/a0xLLlJKMS @starofflorida Right, exactly. That is building up the grooved routines to unprecedented intensity of poised motor… https://t.co/5DzciyRWZ83/3 A quirky branch of embodied cognition research: study of air guitar, shadow batting, re-enacted gestures and sk… https://t.co/a6PhVkbMSv2/2 Is he compressing into real time how many more mortal batters rehearse a possible shot *after* leaving the ball… https://t.co/NMp13ibKzfA joy of @stevesmith49's magical batting is his effective, strange-looking method of leaving the ball. Sports scien… https://t.co/n2OOvSeNTb
8/18
2019
As Lords turns red for @RuthStraussFdn, here’s my piece on a personal Venn diagram between cricket and grief for… https://t.co/hTDXF30ljo
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8/15
2019
Great Edinburgh workshop: talks by Mog Stapleton, Dave Ward, Matthew Elton, @timbocop, Jimena Clavel Vazquez, Mike… https://t.co/DIie1rZgIkOur new degree in cognitive science! https://t.co/oJjaD903ej
8/8
2019
On the Dostoyevsky trail in St Petersburg with wonderful cognitive poetics guide Denis Akhapkin @Vertumn https://t.co/1cbmGuncsD
7/25
2019
The folk you bump into in St Petersburg ... prompted timely untimely meditations https://t.co/wU055UQ0IH
7/23
2019
@AuthorsCC Pretty sure we hit more. Their opener scored a million 2s and 3s eh.On 9 June this year, @AuthorsCC tied with the Heartaches in a thrilling finish. The scores? 241 vs 241. Where was our super over?
7/15
2019
Marlborough comes to Father Time https://t.co/zxo8o8MBsKBring it on!!! https://t.co/lWUNsAO6DK
7/14
2019
@sirmarcuspapers I forgot @joelwkrueger of course is on twitter - great to see you this morning! @sirmarcuspapers I think you will enjoy all Joel's work, https://t.co/4NFrUAyWEKWitek @musicognition - DJs' expert slip-cueing and phase- & period-correcting are consciously-driven but literally… https://t.co/gGdfGWi4TaNext in the 'musical matters of mind' session #mpsg19 is @musicognition on DJs' beatmatching as embodied, distributed entrainmentKrueger: some effective music therapy in autism exemplifies music as regulative embodied, often social, emotion- an… https://t.co/ZGVHafma4qWe use music as scaffolding foŕ self-styled soundworlds, coupling bodies and emotions with musical features, often… https://t.co/2RcHboUz6ZThe wonderful Joel Krueger in motion, kicking off #mpsg19 session on embodied extended music cognition: music and s… https://t.co/1RhxffVk6W
7/11
2019
@AuthorsCC @peterfrankopan @nicholas_hogg @Rathbones1742 A damn-close lbw was knocked back the ball before, and my… https://t.co/QbSBj5pO0JA damn-close lbw was knocked back the ball before, and my thrill at the next even more plumb shout took me scuttlin… https://t.co/vttg6m9fi1
7/7
2019
@felipedebrigard gets started on a revisionary talk on episodic memory without autonoetic (self-reflective) conscio… https://t.co/EZ87qF09iAPhilosophy of Memory #2 in sticky Grenoble, and I can hang with three of my wonderful ex-PhD students ... with… https://t.co/FKJmFVeH6S
7/2
2019
Aline's studying how WWII memories are handed down on Belgian families with a history of resistance to or collabora… https://t.co/Zegn7lcvKUThe wonderful Aline Cordonnier, ex-Macquarie cognitive science, is first up in #MSA2019 panel on the psychological… https://t.co/anDPhI1tov#MSA2019 colleagues - come see my talk with @suttonprofessor on everyday #photography and second-hand memory. How d… https://t.co/ntcVw2Dgku
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6/28
2019
Gathering crowd and amazing panel at our #MSA2019 roundtable on Maurice Halbwachs and contemporary memory studies:… https://t.co/xMcRB75txN
6/27
2019
Astrid Erll and Jeff Olick: panel on getting published in memory studies #MSA2019 @MemStudiesAssoc @PalgraveCultMedhttps://t.co/CYiSoV2Kq8Wulf Kansteiner talks about @memorystudies, the Sage journal I worked on for 12 years, and its high new impact fact… https://t.co/OEyzXjIm3bThe wonderful Jeff Olick welcomes us to #MSA2019 @MemStudiesAssoc https://t.co/Kd4nXjujUKQueueing to register for three zany days of talks, films, surprises, old and new friends https://t.co/7FpqLAXW2YThe front line of the Spanish Civil War ran outside this building, an apt venue for this vast Memory Studies confer… https://t.co/WMeuLNOuCw
6/26
2019
@cogfutures2019 Its owner is en route back to claim it! Thank you, and for an outstanding event!
6/23
2019
Morals of the cog humanities story, from Maiya Murphy and Mike Wheeler https://t.co/Tvv8HzGrnq @ProfAECook reflects on challenges of engaging with cognitive theory 8n her book on the art and science of casting https://t.co/jnkrZSbbJE'Reading as Interaction: moral judgment and the works of Ian McEwan' by @bookishnathalie
6/21
2019

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