Adrian Frazier

Graduate Student


I am a predoctoral researcher studying the intelligence of plants at the Minimal Intelligence Lab at Universidad de Murcia, headed by Paco Calvo, and a graduate student in University of Connecticut’s Center for the Ecological Study of Perception and Action. I have experience in both empirical and theoretical psychology, with an emphasis on the latter and a specialty in ecological psychology and interactivism. Broadly, my interests reside at the intersection of psychology, biology, and thermodynamics. More narrowly, I am concerned with how to model intelligence and the contributions of nervous and nervous-like systems, starting with far from equilibrium thermodynamic principles.

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