CNI seminar: Karolina Lempert

January 22, 2019
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Karolina Lempert Department of Psychology University of Pennsylvania   Beyond dual systems: toward a more sophisticated understanding of intertemporal choice   From deciding whether to wait in line at the store to deciding whether to pursue a PhD, many of the choices we make are intertemporal; that is, they involve consequences that unfold over time. […]

Natalia Komarova Chancellor’s Professor University of California, Irvine   Mathematical methods in evolutionary dynamics   Evolutionary dynamics permeates life and life-like systems. Mathematical methods can be used to study evolutionary processes, such as selection, mutation, and drift, and to make sense of many phenomena in life sciences. Stochastic analysis is an emerging tool to understand […]

Julia Leonard MindCORE Postdoctoral Fellow University of Pennsylvania   How social evidence affects persistence in early childhood   Children’s persistence in the face of challenge is central to learning. But how do young children learn when and how to deploy effort? This talk explores how social evidence impacts children’s decisions about effort allocation. First, I […]

MindCORE & CURF Present: Growing Up in Science Have you ever wondered what your professor struggled with as a student? Or what challenges your advisor faced before getting their PhD? “Growing up in Science” is a conversation-style event series about becoming and being a scientist. Faculty share their stories with a focus on the unspoken challenges […]