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Conférences de 2013

29/11/13 - Comparaison interculturelle de la perception et de la production d'expressions attitudinales

Albert Rilliard Chercheur au Laboratoire d'Informatique pour la Mécanique et les Sciences de l'Ingénieur CNRS, Paris Le mercredi 11 décembre 2013 à 12h30, Salle DS-1950 Comparaison interculturelle de la perception et de la production d'expressions

18/11/13 - Conférence: "Dix ans de neurosciences cognitives"

Vendredi 22 novembre 2013 - 16:30 à 17:30 Dans le cadre du 10eme anniversaire de l'Institut des Sciences Cognitives (http://www.isc.uqam.ca), une rétrospective de ce qui s'est passé ces dix dernières années en neurosciences cognitives, par Bruno Dubuc vulgarisateur et éditeur


01/11/13 - Why Watson Won ?

Jim Hendler Tetherless World Professor of Computer, Web and Cognitive Sciences Director, Rensselaer Institute for Data Exploration and Applications Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute Le mercredi 20 novembre 2013 à 9h30, Salle PK-1140 Why Watson Won ?   Résumé   In


13/09/13 - Do we learn language in the same brain systems that rats use to learn a maze? Evidence from a multidisciplinary investigation of first and second language

Michael Ullman Georgetwon University Le vendredi 15 novembre 2013 à 15h00, Salle DS-3470 Do we learn language in the same brain systems that rats use to learn a maze?  Evidence from a multidisciplinary investigation of first and second language   Michael T.


31/07/13 - Unlocking the Mind with the Key of Language: Relational Networks as a Bridge from Linguistics to Neuroscience

Sydney Lamb Rice University Le vendredi 4 octobre 2013 à 15h00, Salle DS-1950 Unlocking the Mind with the Key of Language:  Relational Networks as a Bridge from Linguistics to Neuroscience   If cortical structures for language are like those for other high-level skills,


17/04/13 - CONFÉRENCE: Consciousness is attention

 Jesse Prinz CUNY Graduate Center Le vendredi 3 mai 2013 à 15h00, Salle DS-1950 Recent work in cognitive neuroscience and psychology established a close relationship between attention and consciousness.  There is evidence that consciousness comes and goes with attention.


11/03/13 - The ‘critical period’ debate: past, present, and future

Robert DeKeyser University of Maryland  Le vendredi  12 avril 2013 à 15h00, Salle DS-3470For half a century now, age effects in second language learning have been the subject of intense debate. After a brief overview of how the focus of the debate has shifted repeatedly over the


14/02/13 - CONFÉRENCE: Contextualized Representation and Automatic Evaluation

22 mars à 15h00 au DS-1950.  Contextualized Representation and Automatic Evaluation Bertram Gawronski The University of Western Ontario   Automatic evaluative responses play a central role in many areas of psychology. Counter to views that such responses are relatively rigid and