Department of Cognitive Science
The Department of Cognitive Science is a thriving interdisciplinary department, which offers a PhD program with a comprehensive range of rigorous coursework and active research experience. It is a research-based training program that specializes in but is not limited to the study of the social and biological bases of cognition.
Departmental Colloquium: Carlo Reverberi (University of Milano-Bicocca): Representation and discovery of task features in human frontal cortex
Departmental Colloquium: Manfred Bierwisch (Humboldt Universität, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akadeémie der Wissenschaften): Language and music: similarities and differences
Departmental Colloquium: Andreas Nieder, University of Tuebingen, Coding of numerical quantity in the primate brain, with special reference to zero
Departmental Colloquium: Pawel J. Matusz, University Hospital Centre (CHUV) – University of Lausanne
Departmental Colloquium: Penny Lewis (Cardiff University): Sleep, consolidation, and semantic memory