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Cognitive Development Center

The Cognitive Development Center (CDC) was established in September 2008 for studying the cognitive development of babies and children. The research of the center addresses questions related to the ontogenesis of human cognitive capacities, especially action interpretation, mental attribution, social cognition, reasoning, communication, and basic cultural learning mechanisms.

Mar
Nick Charter
Mar
Nicholas Chater
Off-campus
Jan
BCCCD21 website
Jun
Amanda Seed
Budapest Campus | Oktober 6 u. 7 | 101
May
Alex Mesoudi (University of Exeter)
Budapest Campus | Oktober 6 u. 7 | 101
May
Rubeena Shamsudheen
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15 | Auditorium B
Apr
Justin Halberda
Budapest Campus | Oktober 6 u. 7 | 101
Apr
Gabor Brody
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15 | 103 or Auditorium B
Apr
Sara Jellinek
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15 | Audi B
Apr
Johan Wagemans (KU Leuven)
Budapest Campus | Oktober 6 u. 7 | 101
Apr
Bahador Bahrani (Munich Center for Neuroscience)
Budapest Campus | Oktober 6 u. 7 | 101
Mar
Jonathan Pillow, Princeton
Budapest Campus | Oktober 6 u. 7 | 101
Mar
Prof. Dr Anna Ciaunica
Budapest Campus | Oktober 6 u. 7 | 101
Feb
Attila Krajcsi
Budapest Campus | Oktober 6 u. 7 | 101
Feb
Klaus Zuberbühler
Budapest Campus | Oktober 6 u. 7 | 101
Feb
Pieter-Jan Maes
Budapest Campus | Oktober 6 u. 7 | 101
Jan
Vienna Campus | Quellenstrasse 51
Jan
Moritz Wurm
Budapest Campus | Oktober 6 u. 7 | 101
Jan
Susan Carey, Michael Tomasello, Susan Gelman
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15
Jan
Lisa Feigenson, Teodora Gliga, Melissa Kibbe, Ágnes Kovács, Olivier Mascaro, Hannes Rakoczy, Marjorie Rhodes, Ernő Téglás
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15 | Auditorium
Dec
Peter Dayan
Budapest Campus | Oktober 6 u. 7 | 101
Dec
Olivier Morin
Budapest Campus | Nador u. 15 | 103