Naomi Leonard Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Princeton University Stability-Flexibility Dilemma in Cognitive Control: A Dynamical System Perspective Constraints on control-dependent processing have become a fundamental concept in general theories of cognition that explain human behavior in terms of rational adaptations to these constraints. However, theories miss a rationale for why such […]
ILST Seminar Victor Gomes (UPenn) Click here to join!
The Positive Psychology Center Colloquium Series Presents: Stuti Thapa Purdue University As part of the PPC Colloquium Series, we are thrilled to invite you to a talk with Stuti Thapa from Purdue University. Join us on Monday, March 29, 2021 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm EST to learn more about Stuti’s fascinating research with the […]
MINS Seminar Wed May 5th Bettina Winckler, PhD – UVA 4pm, Location TBD Host: Sandra Maday Click here for more information
Culture takes different forms, ranging from tangible objects like tools to less tangible behaviors and beliefs. When studying cultural phenomena, we therefore also encounter very disparate types of data. But how exactly do artifacts, mental states, and behaviors differ in cultural evolutionary terms? In particular, how are they learned differently, how do they vary in […]