Dan Weiss is an associate professor of cognitive psychology and linguistics at the Pennsylvania State University. He completed his graduate training at Harvard University along with a postdoc at the University of Rochester. His published work focuses on how infants and adults acquire language and also compares how humans and animals think. His research has been funded by the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health.
Dan lives with his wife, his son, two dogs, and a demanding cat in Central Pennsylvania. Dan’s hobbies include photography, writing, running, and whitewater kayaking. Generally, Dan maintains reasonably good hygiene and tries not to rely on spell checker.