Research Progress Workshop 2017

Type: 
Workshop
Audience: 
Open to the Public
Building: 
Oktober 6 u. 7
Room: 
October Hall
Thursday, June 1, 2017 - 9:00am
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Date: 
Thursday, June 1, 2017 - 9:00am to 5:00pm

Research Progress Workshop
Department of Cognitive Science
Central European University

Program

SESSION 1

9:00 Martin Freundlieb
Spontaneous perspective-taking in social interactions

9:20 Laura Schmitz
How do we represent others' action sequences?

9:40 Luke McEllin
Perceiving kinematic cues in teaching and joint action

10:00 Simily Sabu
Exploring the role of variability in a joint sequence learning task

10:20 Thomas Wolf
Of experts adapting and novices rushing in joint music performance


10:40 COFFEE BREAK

SESSION 2

11:00 Nazli Altinok
What is rational about faithfully copying sub-efficient actions?

11:20 Gábor Bródy
Spatiotemporal vs kind based object individuation

11:40 Paula Fischer
Can children integrate information about efficiency and causality in false belief reasoning? 

12:00 Otávio Mattos
Communicative learning and the development of human reference

12:20 Liza Vorobyova
Infants' understanding of cooperative vs competitive goal-directed events involving multiple agents


12:40 LUNCH BREAK

SESSION 3

13:30 Georgina Török
Efficiency and rational decision-making in joint action

13:50 Mia Karabegović
The influence of rule origins on fostering rule abidance

14:10 Johannes Mahr
Young children’s source memory in receptive and productive communication

14:30 Francesca Bonalumi
Psychological basis of commitment

14:50 Helena Miton
Towards new methods for the study of cultural evolution


15:10 COFFEE BREAK

SESSION 4

15:30 Eszter Szabó
The comprehension of negative existentials and standard negation in 18-month-olds

15:50 József Arató
Visual statistical  learning and spatial attention

16:10 Gábor Lengyel
Statistically defined chunks show similar within/ between-object processing to real objects

16:30 Oana Stanciu
The origins of primacy in estimation