The colloquium is a public lecture series sponsored
by the Psychology Department, where guest lecturers from Princeton
and around the world present a one hour talk about their work followed
by a question and answer period. Students are encouraged to attend
Unless otherwise noted, all lectures occur at 12:30 PM in Green Hall,
Room 0-S-6 (corner of Washington Road and Willilam Street)
FALL 2013 COLLOQUIUM SERIES
Friday, September 20
Thomas Griffiths, University of California, Berkeley "Revealing Inductive Biases by Simulating Cultural Evolution"
Friday, October 4
Lee Ross, Stanford University "Psychological Barriers to Conflict Resolution and Ways to Overcome Them: Lessons from Research and Real-World Experience"
Michael Goldstein, Cornell University "An Ecological Approach to Building a Social Brain"
Friday, October 25
Nicholas Epley, University of Chicago "The Problem with Principle #8"
Antonio Rangel, Caltech "The Neuroeconomics of Self Control"
Cancellations and/or postponements will
be posted on the website.
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