Department of Cognitive Science
Cognitive Science Seminar Series
The Cognitive Science Department hosts a seminar series in which Cognitive Science staff members, Cognitive Science students and visiting academics present research relevant to the research focus of the Centre. Seminars are usually held in the CCD Seminar Room (Australian Hearing Hub, Level 3 Room 610) and are open to interested researchers and professionals.
If you are interested in meeting with any of the seminar speakers, please contact the Seminar Series Coordinator, Emma Nile with your request and your availability, and we will attempt to arrange a meeting for you.
Recent and upcoming seminars
Using virtual reality to investigate the neural correlates of gaze-based interactions.
Speaker : Nathan Caruana, Department of Cognitive Science, Macquarie University.
Date : 29th of January 2015, 12:00PM until 1:00PM
Location : Psychology Building, Room 3.14, The University of Western Australia.
CANCELLED: GŁnther Knoblich: Coordination Mechanisms in Joint Action/Natalie Sebanz: Joint Action Planning/John Michael: Degrees of Commitment
Speaker : CANCELLED: Joint Action Day: A mini-fest of three talks on joint action by visitors from The Social Mind and Body Group in Cognitive Science at the Central European University (CEU) , The Social Mind and Body Group in Cognitive Science , Central European University (CEU) .
Date : 12th of December 2014, 10:30AM until 3:00PM
Location : Australian Hearing Hub, 3.610, Macquarie University.
Adaptive gain control during human perceptual choice.
Speaker : Dr Samuel Cheadle, Department of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford, UK.
Date : 12th of December 2014, 12:00PM until 1:00PM
Location : Main Psychology Building, Rm 3.14, The University of Western Australia.
Dementia and the auditory brain.
Speaker : Professor Jason Warren, Institute of Neurology, University College London, UK.
Date : 2nd of December 2014, 10:30AM until 11:30AM
Location : AHH, Level 3, 3.610, Macquarie University.
- Thursday 29th Jan,
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