Current Events

Regular colloquia are Wednesdays, 2:00 P.M. –  4:00 P.M., in 280 Park Hall (unless otherwise noted), North Campus, and are open to the public. To receive email announcements of each event, please subscribe to one of our mailing lists by clicking the link  that best describes you: studentUB Faculty and Staff, or Non-UB Cognitive Scientist. You can also subscribe to our calendar.

Background readings for each lecture are available to UB faculty and students on UB Learns. To access, please log in to UB Learns and select "Center for Cognitive Science" → "Course Documents" → "Background Readings for (Semester/Year)." If you are affiliated with UB and do not have access to the UBLearns website, please contact Eduardo Mercado III, director of the Center for Cognitive Science. 

Fall 2020 Events

Spring 2021

What use is this thought? When and for whom do mental contents predict relevant outcomes?

February 24
Speaker:
Kenneth DeMarree
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University at Buffalo

A look at social learning and spatial cognition in slow lorises

March 24
Speaker:
Stephanie Poindexter
Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University at Buffalo

Maximizing the moral signal: Examining the moral mechanisms responsible for media’s ability to motivate altruism and atrocity

April 21
Speaker:
Lindsay Hahn
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, University at Buffalo