Winter 2009 Workshops
Location: Classroom 06
Time: Mondays 10:10 a.m.–11:30 a.m. | Wednesday 12–1:15 p.m.
Monday, December 1
"Lay Theories about Groups: How Cultures Define, Understand, and Justify their Social Hierarchies"
Wednesday, December 3
New York University
"Near Certainties, Remote Possibilities: Probability, Abstraction, and Decision Making"
Monday, January 5
Jay Van Bavel
Ohio State University
"Social Identity Shapes Perception and Evaluation: A Multi-level Approach"
Wednesday, January 7
Joshua Ackerman, Yale University
"Shared Experience: Social Coordination of Brain and Behavior"
Monday, January 26
University of Toronto
"Metaphors of the Mind: How Sins Feel Dirty and Loneliness Feels Cold";
Monday, February 9
Radboud University Nijmegen
"The Social Cognition of Power: From Abstract Thinking to Executive Functions"
Monday, February 16
"Neural Antecedents of Financial Decisions"
Monday, February 23
"The Mysterious Story of Cognitive Control: The Multiple Costs of Multitasking"
Monday, March 2
Monday, March 9
UC, San Diego
"Embodied Emotion in Judgments and Decisions"