Neurocognitive Foundations of Mind

October 21, 2022 - October 29, 2022

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Friday October 21st – Perception, Affect, and Action

CDT (Centray Daylinght Time) starting time / CEST (Central European Summer Time) starting time / Speaker(s) / Title

8:00 / 15:00 / Gualtiero Piccinini / Opening
8:15 / 15:15 / Beate Krickel / The Relation Between Mechanisms and Natural Kinds in Cognitive Neuroscience – and Consequences for the Philosophy of Mind
8:45 / 15:45 / Cheyne Joslin / Neurocognitive Foundations of Motor Control
9:15 / 16:15 / Frédérique de Vignemont / What are Predictions?
9:45 / 16:45 / 15 mins break
10:00 / 17:00 / Sabrina Coninx / What Can Neuroscientific Pain Research do for Clinical Practice?
10:30 / 17:30 / Fausto Caruana & Marco Viola / Basic Emotions: from Psychology to Neuroscience, from Top-down to Bottom-up
11:00 / 18:00 / Ophelia Deroy / TBA
11:30 / 18:30 / Virtual Reception


Saturday October 22nd - Higher Cognitive Faculties \
CDT (Centray Daylinght Time) starting time / CEST (Central European Summer Time) starting time / Speaker(s) / Title   8:10 / 15:10 / Opening
8:15 / 15:15 / Wayne Wu / The Biology of Working Memory and the Nature of Intention
8:45 / 15:45 / Polaris Koi / Neurocognitive Foundations of Self-control
9:15 / 16:15 / David Barack / The New Central Executive
9:45 / 16:45 / 15 mins break
10:00 / 17:00 / Fabrizio Calzavarini & Diego Marconi / From Psychosemantics to Neurosemantics: The Neuroimaging Turn in the Study of Word Meaning
10:30 / 17:30 / Wade Munroe / Neuroscientific Study of Persons with Aphasia: Insights for Language and Reasoning
11:00 / 18:00 / Luis Favela / From Environmental Information to Neural Manifolds: The Neuroecological Theory of Organism-Environment Cognitive Systems
11:30 / 18:30 / Virtual Reception


Friday October 28th - Mechanisms & Computation 

CDT (Centray Daylinght Time) starting time / CEST (Central European Summer Time) starting time / Speaker(s) / Title   8:10 / 15:10 / Opening
8:15 / 15:15 / Marcin Miłkowski / Does Mechanistic Evidence Confirm Functional Explanations?
8:45 / 15:45 / Mazviita Chirimuuta / From Analogies to Levels of Abstraction: Why Reductive and Non-Reductive Physicalists are Both Wrong
9:15 / 16:15 / Kenneth Aizawa / Constitutive Mechanistic Abduction
9:45 / 16:45 / 15 mins break
10:00 / 17:00 / Joseph McCaffrey / Functional Localization in Cognitive Neuroscience: Foundations and Conceptual Change
10:30 / 17:30 / Corey Maley / What Kind of Computation Is Neural Computation?
11:00 / 18:00 / Oron Shagrir / Yes to Neural Computation, But What Exactly Is Computation?
11:30 / 18:30 / Virtual Reception


Saturday October 29th - Representation 

CDT (Centray Daylinght Time) starting time / CEST (Central European Summer Time) starting time / Speaker(s) / Title

8:10 / 15:10 / Opening 8:15 / 15:15 / David M. Kaplan / How Brain-computer Interface Research Is, and Is Not, Advancing Our Understanding of the Mind
8:45 / 15:45 / Cameron Buckner / How Deep Learning Completes Empiricist Philosophy of Mind
9:15 / 16:15 / Manolo Martínez / Structural Representations Are Low-complexity Coders
9:45 / 16:45 / 15 mins break
10:00 / 17:00 / Adina Roskies / Representation, from Cells to Regions
10:30 / 17:30 / Jonny Lee / Plant Intelligence: Lessons from Cognitive Neuroscience
11:00 / 18:00 / Dimitri Coelho Mollo & Alfredo Vernazzani  / Saving Representational Formats: A Teleocomputational View
11:30 / 18:30 / Virtual Reception

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