Midwest Memory Mayhem 2024

April 6, 2024
Department of Philosophy, Purdue University

West Lafayette
United States

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Purdue University
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Midwest Memory Mayhem is a one-day in-person integrative workshop for philosophers and scientists, which aims to promote discussion of topics and problems on all types of memory, to generate new research questions and connections, and to provide a venue for the exploration of interdisciplinary methods in memory research. 

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Neuropsychology of Memory

Carl Craver (Washington University in St. Louis)

Donna Rose Addis (Baycrest Rotman Research Institute)

Semantic Memory 

Guy Dove (University of Louisville)

David Kemmerer (Purdue University)

Memory & Construct Validity 

Javi Gomez-Lavin (Purdue University)

Jen Coane (Colby College)

Memory & Aging 

Alison Reiheld (Southern Illinois Edwardsville)

Sydney Trask (Purdue University) 

Memory & AI 

Marya Schectman (University of Illinois Chicago)

David Menager (Parallax Research)

The workshop is organized by Prof. Sarah Robins ([email protected]) and Dr. Marta Caravà ([email protected]) with the support of the Department of Philosophy at Purdue University. Please, feel free to contact us if you need further information.

Please, note that "Midwest Memory Mayhem" is an in-person workshop. Details about potential remote attendance through zoom will be shared soon.

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March 22, 2024, 11:45pm EST

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