Jessie Sun MindCORE Postdoctoral Fellow University of Pennsylvania Personality Evaluated: What Do Other People Really Think of You? What do other people really think of you? In this talk, I highlight the unique perspective that other people have on the most consequential aspects of our personalities—how we treat others, our best and worst […]
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Computer & Information Science (CIS) Colloquia Series: Date: March 9, 2021 Colloquium Speaker: Ben Fisch Org:Computer Science Department, Stanford University Talk: TBA Zoom Recording: TBA CIS talks are held on either Tuesday or Thursday, 3:00PM – 4:00PM unless otherwise noted. A calendar of upcoming CIS events is available here.
Jon Freeman Department of Psychology Center for Neural Science NYU TA domain-general dynamic framework for social perception Initial social perceptions are often thought to reflect direct “read outs” of facial features. Instead, we outline a perspective whereby initial perceptions emerge from an automatic yet gradual process of negotiation between the perceptual cues inherent […]
Title: Looking Back to Move Forward: Long-Term Effects of Segregation on Perception, Action, and Cognition Neil Lewis, Jr. Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Cornell University Faculty Host: Coren Apicella URL for more information:https://psychology.cornell.edu/neil-lewis-jr This talk will be virtual and the zoom link and password will be sent on the day of the talk
Computer & Information Science (CIS) Colloquia Series: Date: March 16, 2021 Colloquium Speaker: Amy Pavel Org:Computer Science Department, Carnegie Mellon University Talk: TBA Zoom Recording: TBA CIS talks are held on either Tuesday or Thursday, 3:00PM – 4:00PM unless otherwise noted. A calendar of upcoming CIS events is available here.