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  4. Motor dominances and the evolution of human cognition: a cross-species perspective.

Oct

25

Wednesday

Motor dominances and the evolution of human cognition: a cross-species perspective.

1.00pm

Seminars

Public

Series: Psychology research seminars

This seminar will be presented by Dr Gillian Forrester (Birbeck, University of London).


Other talks in the series:

  • Oct 25th: Dr Gillian Forrester (Birkbeck). Title: Motor Dominances and the Evolution of Human Cognition: A Cross-Species Perspective.
  • Nov 1st: tbc
  • Nov 10th: Prof Sohee Park (Vanderbilt University). Title: Making Sense of the World; Schizophrenia as a Disorder of the Social Brain.
  • Nov 15th: Dr Stefaan Van Damme (Ghent University). Title: How pain and attention influence each other.
  • Nov 22nd: Silvio Aldrovandi (Birmingham City University). Title: The stability of “unstable” preferences and judgments: A rank-based approach to anchoring.
  • Nov 29th: Mary Watts (Emeritus Professor of Psychology, City University). Title: Building Bridges: Perspectives on reflective practice, infinite learning and research.
  • Dec 6th:  Matt Field (University of Liverpool). Title: Cognitive processes in addiction: new directions and clinical implications.
  • Dec 13th: Emmanouil Konstantinidis (Centre for Decision Research, University of Leeds). Title: The decision dynamics of risky intertemporal choice: Preference accumulation, path dependency, and delayed optimism.

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When & where

1.00pm - 2.00pmWednesday 25th October 2017

D427 Social Sciences Building City, University of London St John Street London EC1V 0HB United Kingdom

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