Jenelle Salisbury

Jenelle is a second year graduate student at the UCONN Philosophy department and a summer fellow at the Connecticut Institute for the Brain and Cognitive Sciences. Her primary interests are in the philosophy of cognitive science. She aims to use neuroscience to inform philosophical theorizing on the nature of thought. She is also interested in a variety of issues related to consciousness, including phenomenal unity and the notion of "self-consciousness."Additionally, she has interests in metaphysics, philosophy of science, epistemology, and logic.

When she isn't writing, reading, or teaching, Jenelle loves to spend time outdoors hiking and gardening. She also enjoys participating in creative endeavors such as cooking, crafting, sewing, and playing with paints and music.

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