Marcelo Mattar Department of Cognitive Science UCSD Memory mechanisms predict sampling biases in sequential decision tasks Click here for more information.
A presentation by the Brainard Lab A pizza lunch will be served.
The Professional Development Committee Presents: “How to Write a Successful Grant” Wednesday November 20th 3:30pm-5pm Lynch 202 PANELISTS: Elizabeth Brannon (Prof., Psychology) Sudeep Bhatia (Assistant Prof., Psychology) Allyson Mackey (Assistant Prof., Psychology) Maria Geffen (Associate Prof., Dept. of Otorhinolaryngology & Dept. of Neuroscience) Josh Gold (Prof., Dept. of Neuroscience) Stephanie Bugden (Post-doc, Psychology) Hallie Wald (Graduate Student, […]
Kate Guan University of British Columbia How do we feel when angels turn out to be demons?: The experience and effects of misjudging moral character In everyday life, we make important judgments about other people’s moral character. These judgments help us understand others, predict what they are likely to do, and protect ourselves […]
Ari Juels Computer Science Department Cornell University and Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute