Bayesian Theories of Perception and EpistemologyMoshe Bar (Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan), Jonathan Vance (Northern Arizona University), Cat Wade (Harvard), Dr. John Morrison (Columbia University), Sarah Moss (University of Michigan), Jessie Munton (Yale University), Michael Rescorla (University of California at Santa Barbara), Susanna Siegel (Harvard University), Briana Toole (University of Texas at Austin), Farid Masrour (University of Wisconsin), Matthew McGrath (University of Missouri, Columbia), Lu Teng (Cornell University), Eric Mandelbaum (CUNY), Zoe Jenkin (Harvard University)
Bayesianism in perception and epistemology
Ithaca, NY 14853
July 26th-July 28th
Physical Science Building, Room 401
Sunday, July 26th
Moshe Bar “Exploration vs. Exploitation in the Proactive Brain”
11:15-12:45pm Michael Rescorla. Title: “An Interventionist Analysis of Bayesian Perceptual Psychology”
2pm-3:15 Eric Mandelbaum. Title: Why I'm not a (descriptive) Bayesian"
3:30-5:30 Jessie Munton. Title: ““Bayesian perception and social structures”
Commentator: Zoe Jenkin
Dinner and Drinks – 515 W Clinton St
Monday, July 27th
9:15-10:30 Jona Vance. Title: "Personal-level Perceptual Priors"
10:45-12:45 John Morrisson. Title: Perceptual Confidence
Commentator: Farid Masrour
1:45-3:45 Sarah Moss - “A Defense of Probabilistic Knowledge”
Commentator: Susanna Siegel
4-6pm Lu Teng “Bayesianism and Perceptual Justification”
Commentator: Matt McGrath
Dinner and Drinks: 515 W. Clinton St
Tuesday, July 28th
10-12 Cat Wade Title: “Bayesian justice: what predictive coding can tell us about politics and perception”
Commentator: Briana Toole
Lake Party with lunch at Myers Point, Lansing New York
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