SCEW seminar: Yuta Masuda

April 15, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Yuta Masuda Senior Sustainable Development and Behavioral Scientist The Nature Conservancy   via Zoom   Using experiments to understand the role of human behavior in conservation programs   Human institutions and behaviors are a critical component of conservation programs. Conservation programs often rely on changing human behaviors or institutions to achieve environmental and human well-being […]

ILST seminar: Daniel Goodhue

April 15, 2022
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM

Daniel Goodhue University of Maryland   Knowledge of clause type-speech act mappings in preschoolers and infants     Languages tend to have three basic clause types (declarative, interrogative, imperative) that are canonically associated with three basic communicative functions (assertion, question, request). And yet, the specific forms used to express each function vary from language to […]

E.A.R.S. (Electronic Auditory Research Seminars) Demystifying the BRAIN Initiative® Program: Guidance to Potential NIDCD Applicants   This special session will focus on BRAIN Initiative funding for NIDCD applicants.   Please pre-register (for free) and tune in via Crowdcast (enter your email to receive the link for the talk): Note: for optimal performance, we recommend […]

Penn Arts & Sciences and Penn Engineering present From Logic to Technology and Back featuringMoshe Y. VardiKaren Ostrum George Distinguished Service Professor in Computational Engineering, Rice University Watch a live webcast of the event at   EVENT DETAILS » This event is free and open to the public. If you have questions about this event, […]

Bradley Love Professor of Cognitive and Decision Sciences University College London   Click here to register!   Process models to understand mind and brain   Process models carry out a task in the same manner we believe people do. They can capture behavior and facilitate analyses of brain measures. I’ll briefly discuss using process models […]