Vincent Paladino

Vincent C. Paladino is a cognitive anthropologist/archaeologist and educator who specializes in the study of audiovisual technologies, cyber environments, and feedback systems, which he terms anthrocyberism. His research focuses on the effect of these modern technologies on human cognition and behavior. His research interests include archaeoacoustics, investigating the role of sound in ancient contexts and its connection to cognitive processes and learning in both historical and contemporary settings.


Anthropomorphism, Anthropogenesis, Cognition

ed. Vincent Paladino

Anthropomorphism could be described as a production of analogies generated by human cognition. It is present in the imaginary, mythologies, religions, and material culture of all ages. This book approaches anthropomorphism from the moment of anthropogenesis, tracing its presence in nature and material culture in prehistory and Antiquity. READ MORE

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