The papers include Nass' teaching files, research files, and publications related to the social-psychological aspects of human-interactive
media interaction, chronic media multitasking, and automotive interfaces.
Clifford Ivar Nass, was born in 1958 in New Jersey. He earned a BA in Mathematics from Princeton University in 1981; and his
M.A. and Ph.D. in Sociology from Princeton in 1986. That same year Nass joined the faculty at Stanford University as a professor
of Communications. At the time of his death, Nass was the Thomas M. Storke Professor and had courtesy appointments in Computer
Science, Education, Law, and Sociology. Nass was also affiliated with the programs in Science, Technology, and Society and
Symbolic Systems (cognitive science).
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