Social Mind Center
The aim of the Social Mind Center is to promote interdisciplinary research that investigates the link between sociality and cognition. The research activities at the center aim at a new understanding of how the human mind enables and constrains social life including coordination and the transmission of ideas and practices, and how human minds are shaped by cultural practices. The interdisciplinary research at the center will integrate cognitive psychology, neuroscience, and robotics approaches to cognition with social sciences approaches and philosophical approaches that target the interplay between biological and cultural determinants of the human mind.
Alex Mesoudi (University of Exeter)
Johan Wagemans (KU Leuven)
Bahador Bahrani (Munich Center for Neuroscience)
Jonathan Pillow, Princeton
Prof. Dr Anna Ciaunica
Processing symbolic numbers with the Discrete Semantic System - a talk by Attila Krajcsi (ELTE, Hungary)