Rebecca Kamen CNI Visiting Artist via Zoom Grey Matter The presentation will discuss a proposed project exploring the intersections of art, neuroscience, and architecture inspired by neuroscience research, theSantiago Ramón y Cajal drawing archives in Madrid, and the Richards Building architectural archives at Penn.
MindCORE & CURF are proud to present: Behind the CV Speaker: Elizabeth (Zab) Johnson, PhD Executive Director & Senior Fellow Wharton Neuroscience Initiative University of Pennsylvania Date: April 14, 2022, 4pm-5pm Location: Click here for Zoom link Behind the CV: Stories from Faculty (a “Growing Up in Science” Event) is an event […]
Michael Lee Professor, Cognitive Sciences University of California, Irvine Join us in the SAIL Room for the seminar, or join us via Zoom. If you plan to attend in person and would like a grab-and-go sandwich for after the seminar, please register by 12pm on Wednesday, April 13. Click here to register! […]
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 […]
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 […]