The Centre for Educational Neuroscience is establishing a new working group to investigate the relationship between reasoning and learning in cognition.
Organised by Dr Selma Dündar-Coecke, Semir Tatlidil and Matthew Slocombe, the group brings together researchers from multiple disciplinary perspectives with the aim of elucidating the mechanisms of learning and reasoning and considering pathways to informing education and artificial intelligence.
Each month, the group will host an online seminar with experts in cognition, development, artificial intelligence and education. The seminars for November and December can be viewed below, and next term’s seminars will be published shortly.
To register for these seminars, please complete this form.
Wednesday 24th November at 4 pm (UK time)
Professor Andreas Demetriou
University of Nicosia
Causal Reasoning: Its role in the architecture and development of the mind
Wednesday 15th December at 4 pm (UK time)
Professor Steven Sloman
The Limits of Causal Reasoning in Human and Machine Learning