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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.

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Jun
May
Apr
Psyche Loui
Off-campus
Apr
Emma Cohen (University of Oxford)
Mar
Nick Charter
Mar
Nicholas Chater
Off-campus
Mar
Chaz Firestone (Johns Hopkins)
Feb
Stefanie Höhl (University of Vienna)
Feb
Peter Carruthers (University of Maryland)
Feb
Tali Sharot (University College of London)
Jan
Jonathan S. Phillips (Dartmouth University)
Jan
BCCCD21 website
Dec
Thomas Bugnyar (Department of Behavioral & Cognitive Biology, University of Vienna)
Nov
Tecumseh Fitch (University of Vienna)
Nov
Christina Starmans (University of Toronto)
Nov
Amanda Seed (University of St Andrews)
Sep
Kristian Tylén (Aarhus University )
Sep
Yarrow Dunham (Yale University)
Jun
Kristof Madarasz (London School of Economics)
Jun
Fiona Jordan (University of Bristol)