Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series Computer Science Distinguished Talks Computer Science Colloquia Series Linguistics Colloquia Series Philosophy Colloquia Series Psychology Events
Wednesday 07:00pm - Prof. Stephen Stich, (Rutgers Philosophy Department & Center for Cognitive Science)
Why Did a Cognitive Scientist Win the Nobel Prize in Economics?
Wednesday 04:00pm - Marc Hauser (Harvard), Jesse Prinz (UNCl), Thomas Nagel (NYU), and Stephen Stich (Rutgers), (Center for Cultural Analysis at Rutgers University)
"Is Morality Innate?"
Thursday 09:00am - Behavioral Neurogenetics Screening Workshop, ()
To promote international collaborations in the behavioral and neural phenotyping of genetically manipulated mice, with a particular focus on mechanisms of cognition, learning and memory.
Monday 01:00pm - Leda Cosmides, (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Celebrating 200 years of Darwin: Evolutionary Psychology and Darwin's Dream
Tuesday 01:00pm - Dana Chesney, Ph.D Oral Defense, (Rutgers University, Department of Psychology)
What Do People Count? Conceptual and Perceptual Influences On What Is A Countable Object
Tuesday 05:00pm - Allan Collins, (Northwestern University)
The Second Educational Revolution: Rethinking Education in the Age of Technology
Tuesday 10:00am - Dr. Fabien Mathy - Special Talk"", (Universit)
Short-term memory, working memory, chunking memory
Wednesday 05:00pm - Nikos Logothetis, (Director of the Department "Physiology of Cognitive Processes", Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tubin)
MRI Signals: Myth and Reality-What we can and cannot do with fMRI
Wednesday 05:00pm - Ophelia Deroy, (Institut Jean Nicod & Universit)
Knowing how/ /we perceive
Monday 03:00pm - Dr. Zoi Kapoula, (Research Director at the National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS), Iris group - Physiopathology of Binocular Vision)
Posturography & Neuroaesthetics: Pictorial depth increases body sway
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