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Josiah Carberry

Also known as:
J. Carberry, Josiah Stinkney Carberry, J. S. Carberry

Keywords: psychoceramics

Websites:
Wikipedia Entry
Brown University Page

Other IDs:
Scopus Author ID: 7007156898

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Josiah Carberry is a fictitious person. This account is used as a demonstration account by ORCID, CrossRef and others who wish to demonstrate the interaction of ORCID with other scholarly communication systems without having to use a real-person's account. Josiah Stinkney Carberry is a fictional professor, created as a joke in 1929. He is said to still teach at Brown University, and to be known for his work in "psychoceramics", the supposed study of "cracked pots". See his Wikipedia entry for more details.

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