Cognitive Science | Spring 2014 Speaker Series

Cognitive Science | Spring 2014 Speaker Series

                               Spring 2014, Fridays, 1-3 pm
                         Room 7102, CUNY Graduate Center


February 14:  Friederike Moltmann
Philosophy and Linguistics, NYU and CNRS, Paris
“Attitude Reports and the Distinction between
Actions and their Products”


February 21:  Chaz Firestone
Psychology, Yale University
“Shape Skeletons in Human Vision:  A Case Study in
Representational Format”


February 28:  Ai Koizumi
Psychology, Consciousness and Computation Lab, Columbia
“The Effects of Perceptual Confidence on Top-Down
Cognitive  Control”


March 7:  Sinan Dogramici
Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin
“The Metaphysics and Epistemology of Partial Attitudes”


March 14:  Shaun Nichols
Philosophy, University of Arizona
“Rational Learners and Non-Utilitarian Rules”


March 21:  Elizabeth Chua
Psychology, Brooklyn College and CUNY Graduate Center
“How We Know that We Know:  Insights from Metamemory”


March 28:  James Pryor
Philosophy, NYU
Title TBA
***N.B.  Different room for this one day:  9-206***


April 4:  Jorge Morales
Philosophy and Consciousness and Computation Lab, Columbia
“Metacognition and the Fate of Unattended Stimuli”


April 11:  Elisabeth Camp
Philosophy, Rutgers University
Title TBA


April 18 and 25:  No talks—CUNY spring break and
        CUNY Graduate Student Philosophy Conference)


Philosophy, Kent State University
“Why Are Some Garden-Path Effects Conscious?”


May 9:  Jody Azzouni
Philosophy, Tufts University
“Semantic Perception”


May 16:  Speaker and title TBA


A pdf flier listing spring 2014 talks is at


Organized by David Rosenthal, Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Concentration in Cognitive Science Email: