Timothy Bayne Department of Philosophy Monash University   How to Construct A Consciousness Meter   One of the central challenges facing the science of consciousness is that of identifying ways of measuring consciousness. Can we go beyond our pre-theoretical ways of detecting consciousness and develop independently validated measures of consciousness. Some theorists think not, arguing […]

FMRI for Research: Resuming Scanning Safely Panel Discussion and Q&A Join us on Monday November 30th at 11:00am EST to learn about how to resume MRI and fMRI research safely and efficiently during COVID. Topics include: Obtaining institutional approval to resume research Scheduling MRI time Procedures for screening and handling subjects Procedures for use of […]

ILST Seminar: Josef Fruehwald

February 5, 2021
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

Josef Fruehwald Linguistics Department University of Kentucky   Via Zoom Click here to join!   Distributional Models and Sound Change   Quantitative models of sound change (quantitative models of everything really) mostly focus on shifts in the central tendency (the location parameter or $\mu$) of pronunciations. However, the variance of distributions, both within and between […]