J. Scott Jordan, Ph.D.

Cognitive Psychologist


Scott Jordan, Ph.D., is a cognitive psychologist/philosopher who studies the neuroscience, psychology, and philosophy of cooperative behavior. He is the founder and director of ReggieCon, and is best known for developing Wild Systems Theory. He regularly publishes papers about connections between pop-culture narratives, psychology, and the realities of lived life. He has published a peer-reviewed, song about the ‘self’ (It’s hard work being No One), (song), which received a positive review in Discover Magazine. He also produces the Dark Loops Productions channel on YouTube. Finally, he is an avid cosplay enthusiast, and is extremely proud of his international comic-book collection.