Andrew S. Gordon

Press coverage

1. About myself and my students

Washington and Lee University Computer Science Blog, April 7, 2014. Haley Archer-McClellan '15's IUI Conference Experience. Article written by Haley Archer-McClellan.

USC Viterbi News, April 3, 2014. Driven by the experience: Stories are the jey to helping computers think and interpret new situations. Article written by Orli Belman. Includes a video by Elizabeth Bayne: Can computers tell stories?

2. Commonsense psychology

Psychology Today Blog, September 3, 2012. Freud: Fraud or Folk-psychologist? Research reveals Freudian folk-psychology before Freud. The Imprinted Brain blog by Christopher Badcock.

3. Neurobiology of narrative framing

USC Dornsife Magazine, Spring/Summer 2013. Magnetic Attraction. Article written by Pamela J. Johnson. Includes a video by Mira Zimet: Brain and Creativity Institute.

4. Analyzing weblog stories

Pomona College News, March 19, 2014. New study harnesses blogs to understand women's atypical stroke symptoms. Article written by Sneha Abraham.

Nature Vol 496, April 25, 2013. Guidance issused for US Internet research. Article written by Erika Check Hayden.

Poets & Writers Magazine, Jan/Feb 2013. The Secret Lives of Stories: Rewriting Our Personal Narratives. Article written by Frank Bures.

The Economist, March 11, 2010. Analysing the web: Blog mining: Scouring blogs for useful information. Article written by Matt Kaplan.

CanWest Canadian News Service, March 22-23, 2010. "Mundane" blogs could help train artificial intelligence computers: researcher. The Montreal Gazette, The Vancouver Sun, The Ottawa Citizen, Regina Leader-Post, Winnipeg Free Press, Kelowna.com. Article written by Shannon Proudfoot.

5. UrbanSim

Foreign Policy, September 29, 2011. Confessions of an Xbox general: Can a computer game teach the Army how to defeat the Taliban? Article written by Michael Peck.

The Atlantic Magazine, January/February 2010. SimCity Baghdad: A new computer game lets army officers practice counterinsurgency off the battlefield. Article written by Brian Mockenhaupt, Graphic by Nana Rausch.

American Forces Press Service, March 5, 2010. Computer Game Trains 'Art of Battle Command'. Article by Christen N. McCluney.

Armed With Science, March 7, 2010. Computer Game Trains 'Art of Battle Command'. Interview by John Ohab. (transcript). Number 8 of the top 10 most downloaded Armed With Science podcasts of 2010.

United States Army Homepage (www.army.mil), April 7, 2010. Gaming technologies improve Soldier readiness. Article by Kris Osborn.