הרצאות בקולוקוויום החברתי קוגניטיבי

הקולוקוויום בפסיכולוגיה חברתית-קוגניטיבית מתקיים מדי יום ה' בשעה 12:30, בחדר וכסלר (2602), המחלקה לפסיכולוגיה, בניין הפקולטה למדעי החברה.
 

Fields of Interest

Speaker

Date

The cognitive and neural basis of social interaction, with a special focus on how we coordinate our actions with others 

Natalie Sebanz

03.11.16 

Distinguishing subcortical from cortical influences in visual attention and perception; phylogenetic models of cognition; the interaction between attentional systems.

Shay Gabay

17.11.16

What does it mean for a brain to perceive? What are the processes underlying the seemingly effortless acts of seeing, feeling, hearing, tasting or smelling?

Ehud Ahissar

24.11.16

Individual-level mental events, often applying a biological perspective (i.e., thinking in terms of evolutionary functions and biological systems, using neuroimaging methods)

Michael Gilead

01.12.16

Social Comparison and Competitive Behavior; Ethical Judgment in Business; Predicting and Forecasting

Uriel Haran

08.12.16

Cognitive processes of learning, question answering, and problem solving

Rakefet Ackerman

15.12.16

Strategies of human mating: mate selection, tactics of mate attraction, infidelity, tactics of mate retention, tactics of mate poaching, and the mating emotions of jealousy, lust, and love

David Buss

22.12.16

How visual perception influences attributions of blame and legal decision-making 

Yael Granot

29.12.16

Psychological and neural mechanisms involved in the effect of social power on behavior

Petra Schmid

05.01.16

The intersection of semantics and epistemology: What does it mean "to understand" something? Can we define "meaning" in a cognitively significant way? How is it represented in the brain? How do language mechanisms interact with other cognitive functions to construct meaning?

Idan Blank

12.01.16

Human motor control, haptics, robotics, human and machine learning, teleoperation, and robot-assisted surgery

Ilana Nisky

19.01.16

The ways ‘cognitive’ and ‘motivational’ processes interact

Baruch Eitam

26.01.16