Noon. RuCCS Perceptual Science Talk. "Visual Roots of Social Cognition: Perceiving Animacy and Intentionality." Tao Gao, Brain and Cognitive Science, MIT. 101 Psychology, Busch Campus, Rutgers University.
12:30 PM. Economics Behavioral Seminar. "Inattentive Valuation and Reference-Dependent Choice." Michael Woodford, Columbia University. Fisher B13.
4:30 PM. ML-Stat Talk. "Learning in an Adversarial World, with Connections to Pricing, Hedging, and Routing." Jacob Duncan Abernethy, Penn` 105 Computer Science.
4:30-5:30 PM. Luce Seminar. "Desire and Preference." Dan Osherson. Green 1-N-5.
12:30 PM. ML-Stat Talk. "Local Privacy, Minimax Rates, and Learning." John Duchi, UC Berkeley. 402 Computer Science.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience Talk. "Beyond Barlow: A Bayesian Theory of Efficient Neural Coding." Jonathan Pillow, U Texas, Austin. 0-S-6 Green.
1 PM. Rutgers Newark Psychology Colloquium. "Epistemic Curiosity, Achievement Mindset and Learning after Failure." Jenifer Mangels, Baruch College, CUNY. 371-A Smith, Rutgers Newark.
2 PM. Institute for Research in Cognitive Science Pinkel Lecture. "Language and Music: Same Structures, Different Building Blocks." David Pesetsky, Linguistics, MIT. Wu and Chen Auditorium, 101 Levine Hall, 3330 Walnut Street, Penn, Philadelphia.
2 PM. Philosophy Talk. "The Discourse of German Idealism." Eckart Forster, Philosophy, Johns Hopkins and Humboldt University, Berlin. Gest 101, Haverford College.
6 PM. Work in Progress in Epistemology Group. "Phenomenal Knowledge
and the Phenomenal Concept Strategy." Martina Fürst (Graz / Rutgers).
Papazian 325, Swarthmore College. Contact Peter
Noon. Princeton Workshop in Normative Philosophy. "Normativity and Reasoning." John Broome, Philosophy, Oxford. 301 Marx.
4:30 PM. PACM Colloquium. "Filtering in High Dimension." Ramon van Handel. 214 Fine.
1 PM. RuCCS Colloquium. "A Probabilistic Reconciliation of Coherence-Driven and Centering-Driven Theories of Pronoun Interpretation." Andrew Kehler, Linguistics, UCSD. 101 Psychology, Busch Campus, Rutgers.
3:45 PM. IDeAS Seminar. "Minimax Risk of Matrix Denoising by Singular Value Thresholding." Matan Gavish, Stanford. 102A McDonnell.
CANCELED 4:30 PM. Neuroscience and Social Decision Making. Ilana Witten. 1-S-5 Green. CANCELED.
4:30 PM. DeCamp Bioethics Seminar. "The History and Future of Bioethics: A Sociological View." John Evans, Sociology, UCSD. 301 Marx.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience Talk. "Learned decision making: Beyond reinforcement." Nathaniel Daw, Neural Science and Psychology, NYU. 0-S-6 Green.
4:30 PM. Linguistic Lecture. "Beyond Best: Suppletion, Structure, and Linguistics Universals." Jonathan D. Bobaljik, University of Connecticut. 0-S-6 Green.
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM. Spanish-Portuguese Talk. "Cross-language Interactions during Bilingual Sentence Processing." Giuli Dussias, Spanish Penn State. 100 Art History Hall, Douglass Campus, Rutgers.
12:30 PM. Psychology Lecture. "Self-Regulation as a Transactive Process." Eli Finkel, Northwestern. OS6 Green.
4 PM. Philosophy Colloquium. "Why Value Truth? Some Nietzschean Perspectives." Ken Gemes, Birkbeck College, U London. 2 Robertson.
10 AM - 4:30 PM. Conference. "Thinking about Knowledge: Epistemology 50 Yeas after Gettier's Paper." Fred Dretske, Alvin Goldman, and John Greco. Scheuer Room, Kohlberg Hall, Swarthmore College.
1 PM. RuCCS Colloquium. "The Neuroscience and Phenomenology of Defferentation; living without proprioception and touch." Jonathan Cole, Clinical Neurosciences, University of Southampton; University of Bournemouth; and in Clinical Neurophysiology at Poole and Salisbury Hospitals. 101 Psychology, Busch Campus, Rutgers University.
4:30 PM. ORFE Colloquium. "Frequentist Accuracy of Bayesian Estimates." Bradley Efron, Stanford. 101 Sherrard.
4:30 PM. Computer Science Colloquium. "Design Minding the Web." Ranjitha Kumar, Stanford University. 105 Computer Science.
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM. Luce Seminar. Ashley Atkins will present. 1-N-5 Green.
5:30 PM. S.S. Wilks Memorial Lecture. "A 250-Year Argument (Belief, Behavior, and the Bootstrap," marking the 250th anniversary of Bayes Rule. Bradley Efron, Stanford. 101 Friend.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience Seminar. `"Old" and "New" M1: A Tale of Two Primary Motor Areas.' Peter L. Strick, Pittsburgh. 0-S-6 Green Hall.
4:30 PM. Rutgers Philosophy Lecture. "Volitional Rationality and the Neessities of Love." Harry Frankfurt, Princeton University. Kirkpatrick Chapel, 81 Somerset St., Rutgers, New Brunswick.
12:30 PM. Psychology Lecture. "Academic Performance Under Stress: At the Intersection of Emotion and Cognitive Control." Sian Beilock, University of Chicago. 0S6 Green.
1 PM. Rutgers Newark Psychology Colloquium. "The Effortless Angular-Expansion Theory of the Perception of Action Space." Frank Durgin, Swarthmore College. 371 A Smith Hall, Rutgers, Newark.
4:30 PM. Workshop in Normative Philosophy. "Foundations for Moral Relativism." David Velleman, NYU. 301 Marx. Contact Daniel Wodak (email@example.com) for more information and to get a copy of the paper, which should be read ahead of time.
4:30 PM. Philosophy Hempel Lecture, First of Three. "Rethinking Language, Mind, and Meaning: The Metaphysics and Epistemology of Information." Scott Soames, USC. 101 McCormick.
5 PM. Spanish and Portuguese Talk. "Models of Second Language Processing." Cheryl Frenck-Mestre, Psychology, Université Aix-en-Provence, France. 101 Psychology, Busch Campus, Rutgers.
1 PM. RuCCS Colloquium. "Motor Skill Depends on Knowledge of Facts." Jason Stanley, Philosophy, Rutgers. 101 Psychology, Busch Campus, Rutgers.
4:30 PM. Philosophy Hempel Lecture, Second of Three. "Rethinking Language, Mind, and Meaning: Mind and World: The Two Faces of Content." Scott Soames, USC. 101 McCormick.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience of Social Decision Making. "The conclusive beginning and inconclusive end of memory consolidation." Yadin Dudai, Weizmann Institute of Science. 1-S-5 Green.
4:30 PM. Linguistics Lecture. "The Diachrony of Pronouns in Later Greek and the Balkins: Lessons for the Relationship between Morphology and Syntax." Brian Joseph, Ohio State. 010 E. Pyne.
7 PM. Julesz Memorial Lecture. "Parietal Lobe in Action - Recent Advances in Brain Research." Richard Anderson, Caltech. UMDNJ-RWJMS, Daniel I. Kessler Teaching Laboratories, Main Auditorim, 675 Hoes Lane, Piscataway, NJ. (For more details or to RSVP, please go to the following website: http://ruccs.rutgers.edu/ruccs/index.php/news/58-second-julesz-lecture-on-brain-research OR contact Sue Cosentino at: (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone at: (848-445-1625).
12:30 PM. Psychology Lecture. "Just Babies." Paul Bloom, Yale University. 0S6 Green.
3 PM. Rutgers Linguistics Colloquium. TBA. Valentine Hacquard, University of Maryland. 108 Linguistics, 18 Seminary Place, College Ave. Campus, Rutgers.
4:30 PM. Philosophy Hempel Lecture, Third of Three. "Rethinking Language, Mind, and Meaning: Millian Modes of Presentation." Scott Soames, USC. 101 McCormick.
4:30 PM. Neuroscience and Social Decision Making. "Brain Activity during Listening to Music and Experiencing Feelings: Naturalistic Approach." Mikko Sams, University of Helsinki. 1-S-5 Green.
4:30 PM. Philosophy of Mathematics Talk. "Grothendieck Toposes as Unifying 'Bridges' in Mathematics." Olivia Caramello, Cambridge University. 201 Marx.
1 PM. RuCCS Colloquium. "Learning and Generalizing from Natural Pedagogy." Marian Chen, Psychology, Boston University. 101 Psychology, Busch Campus, Rutgers.