Department of Cognitive Science - Research Progress Workshop

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Oktober 6 u. 7
October Hall
Thursday, June 4, 2015 - 9:00am
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Thursday, June 4, 2015 - 9:00am to 6:00pm

CEU Department of Cognitive Sceince

Research Progress workshop

The PhD students of the department present their work to anyone interested.

 Thursday, June 4, 2015
 Event Hall
 Ground floor, Október 6. utca 7.
 Budapest 1051


 Chair: Mikolaj Hernik

  9:00 Pavel Voinov
 When two heads are better than one? Inter-personal integration  of spatial  information in an object location task
 9:30 Laura Schmitz
 Using non-verbal communication to support coordination
 10:00 Luke McEllin
 Investigating signalling of task relevant information in teaching and coordination contexts
 — Coffee break

Chair: Erno Teglas

 10:45 Rubeena Shamsudheen
 Referring to kinds: Delineating the role of labels and ostension in infant-directed communication
 11:15 Adam Boncz
 Communicating action
 11:45 Nazli Altinok
 “Why do you do it that way?” Exploring 14-month-old infants’ sensitivity to group-relevant ways of acting
 — Lunch break

Chair: Cordula Vesper

 13:00 Agota Major
 The structural organization of belief representations
 13:30 Martin Freundlib
 Evidence for spontaneous visuospatial perspective-taking during social interaction
 14:00 Dora Kampis
 Infants’ representation of others’ beliefs regarding multiple objects, absent objects and object identity
 — Coffee break

Chair: Veronica Ramenzoni

 14:45 Sara Jellinek
 On the representation of summary statistics in space and time
 15:15 Johannes Mahr
 The role of episodic recollection in communicative interaction: Qualifications and extensions of a functional hypothesis
 15:45 Eszter Szabo
 Understanding verbal negation in 18-month-olds
 — Coffee break

Chair: John Michael

 16:30 Denis Tatone
 Bookkeeping and the relational mind: How infants represent transfer-based interactions, and what it reveals about efficiency and naive sociology
 17:00 Andras Molnar
 How people predict others’ economic choice: The simulate-and-adjust model and an investigation of beliefs in dictator games
 Everyone is welcome to attend the whole workshop or selected presentations.
 No registration is necessary.