Dr. Adam M. Croom is a faculty member in the Department of Cognitive and Information Sciences at the University of California, Merced. He has published over 25 highly cited articles in scholarly journals and was awarded a PhD in Linguistics by Previous Published Works from Glasgow Caledonian University and a Certificate in Foundations for Data Science from Stanford University. Dr. Croom is an Editorial Board Member for Data in Brief (2019-), Guest Associate Editor for the Language Sciences Special Issue on Slurs (2015), Guest Associate Editor for the Frontiers in Psychology Special Issue on Music and the Embodied Mind (2015), and reviewer for numerous book publishers and scholarly journals including:

A verified record of Adam’s scholarly service is available on Publons.

Adam’s scholarly awards include two research fellowships from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (2011-2012), two Elizabeth F. Flower prizes for best essay in philosophy from the Department of Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania (2009-2011), the Positive Studies Prize for best essay in positive psychology from the Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania (2012-2013), the Elmaleh Prize for best essay in the social sciences from the Phi Beta Kappa Society (2010-2011), and the Military Veteran’s Scholarship from the Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans (2006-2012). He also received the Journal of Pragmatics Award for Outstanding Peer Review (2018), the Publons Sentinels of Science Award for Outstanding Peer Review (2016), and a Frontiers in Psychology Honoraria for Outstanding Editorial Contribution (2013).

Outside of academia Adam enjoys practicing music and mixed martial arts.

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