New Directions in Social Cognition Research Explored at Conference

On April 7–8, the Departments of Philosophy and Psychology and the Neuroscience program hosted an interdisciplinary conference on “New Directions in Social Cognition Research.” Social cognition is an expanding field of study that has come to include researchers from the fields of philosophy, psychology, neuroscience and robotics. It focuses on describing and explaining how human, nonhuman and artificial systems understand sociality. For the news please click here.

Date: April 19, 2018