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CNI Seminar: Takahiro Doi

February 25, 2020
12:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Takahiro Doi Burge Lab University of Pennsylvania   Suboptimal visual averaging reveals compulsory nonlinear mechanisms in human vision   How humans integrate ambiguous and conflicting signals has been a focus of perception and decision-making research for decades. Identifying the source of suboptimality can reveal the information integration strategy used by the nervous system to solve […]

Delphine Dahan Department of Psychology University of Pennsylvania   Coordinating meaning and understanding as a collaborative process   People use language to accomplish things together. To succeed, they must coordinate their actions at multiple levels, including what the speaker means when producing their utterance and what their addressee takes them to mean. According to Clark […]

Todd Rogers Professor of Public Policy Harvard Kennedy School   Associative Memory and Behavior Change   I will talk about two papers that harness associative memory to facilitate behavior change over time.  This first, Reminders Through Association (w/ Katy Milkman) harnesses associative memory to tie future intentions to distinctive cues one will face in the future when […]