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Dr. Anne Tamm (Visiting Research Fellow, Department of Cognitive Science) is awarded a grant from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences for publishing her book titled Cross-Categorial Case (Kategóriafüggetlen eset).
Prof Gergely György has been offered a Distinguished Fellowship at UCSB
Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development 2012
Ernő Téglás' paper 'Dogs' gaze following is tuned to human communicative signals' published in Current Biology
Professors Gergely Csibra and György Gergely jointly receive the Jean-Nicod Prize for 2011
Dr. Natalie Sebanz (Department of Cognitive Science) wins IgNobel Prize in Physiology in 2011.
Dr Ágnes M. Kovács (Cognitive Development Centre) is awarded an ERC Starting Independent Research Grant
Hungarian Scientific Research Fund (OTKA) grant won by Prof György Gergely
Dr. György Gergely wins Charles Simonyi Research Award
Top EU Research Grant for the CEU Cognitive Development Center