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Julie Y. L. Chow; Micah B. Goldwater; Ben Colagiuri; Evan J. Livesey
Nathan K. Mathews; Umer Bin Faiz; Nicholaus P. Brosowsky
Tyler Giallanza; Declan Campbell; Jonathan D. Cohen
Cedric Foucault; Florent Meyniel
Suhas Arehalli; Tal Linzen
Marie Lubineau; Cassandra Potier Watkins; Hervé Glasel; Stanislas Dehaene
Julia Marshall; Matti Wilks
Brandon M. Woo; Shari Liu; Hyowon Gweon; Elizabeth S. Spelke
Nicole Gotzner; Gregory Scontras
Martin Zettersten; Christopher Cox; Christina Bergmann; Angeline Sin Mei Tsui; Melanie Soderstrom; Julien Mayor; Rebecca A. Lundwall; Molly Lewis; Jessica E. Kosie; Natalia Kartushina; Riccardo Fusaroli; Michael C. Frank; Krista Byers-Heinlein; Alexis K. Black; Maya B. Mathur
Dilip Arumugam; Mark K. Ho; Noah D. Goodman; Benjamin Van Roy
Marco Bertamini; Carolina Maria Oletto; Giulio Contemori
Rebecca Tollan; Bilge Palaz
Joseph R. Coffey; Margarita Zeitlin; Jean Crawford; Jesse Snedeker
Samuel J. Cheyette; Steven T. Piantadosi
Shubhamkar Ayare; Nisheeth Srivastava
Margaret A. McMullin; Rohit Kumar; Nathan C. Higgins; Brian Gygi; Mounya Elhilali; Joel S. Snyder
Cory Shain; William Schuler
Vanessa Kudrnova; Elizabeth S. Spelke; Ashley J. Thomas
Tom S. Juzek
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