Excerpt from BBC Horizon documentary on Choice Blindness, where LUCS researchers Lars Hall and Petter Johansson talk about and show how they use methods inspired by close-up magic routines to create new and innovative choice experiments.
Mathias Osvath and collegues at LUCS Cognitive Zoology Group recently published two articles on Raven cognition in the new open access journal Animal Behavior and Cognition . Below you find the abstract of these papers and link to the full articles.
Andreas Lind and collaborators at Lund University have published two articles featuring a novel method called Real-time Speech Exchange, which allow them to study how auditory feedback is used by speakers to help specify the meaning of what they themselves are saying, and how feedback interacts with the sense of agency during language production.
Jana Holsanova at LUCS has published a book chapter “In the eye of the beholder: Visual communication from a recipient perspective” in Visual communication (de Gruyter Mouton), edited by David Machin.
Choice Blindness, Confabulatory Introspection, and Obsessive-Compulsive Symptoms: A New Area of Investigation
The current study is the first to investigate confabulatory introspection in relation …
In The Geometry of Meaning, Peter Gärdenfors proposes a theory of semantics …