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.
Ulf Liszkowski (University of Hamburg)
Departmental Colloquium: Human cognition of geometric shapes, a window into the mental representation of abstract concepts - Mathias Sablé-Meyer