Discussing Richard Nisbett’s Thinking: A Memoir — X-Phi, Culture, Introspection, IQ, Guns, Class, and Academia

You have surely heard about cultural differences in reasoning, how people can fabricate reasons when asked to explain one of their decisions, and how many people seem systematically susceptible to reasoning errors. Much of this research was contributed by Richard Nisbett and their colleagues. Dr. Nisbett was kind enough to …

Call for Papers: The Affective Turn in Cognitive Science

Italian Association of Cognitive Science (AISC) midterm conference 2022 June 22-24, 2022 – University of Parma  Overview The 2022 Italian Association of Cognitive Science (AISC) midterm Conference will be held at the University of Parma on June 22-24 and will be hosted by the Department of Humanities, Social Sciences and …

Brains Blog Roundtable: Agency

We are thrilled to announce the second in our series of Brains Blog Roundtables, focusing on agency! Specifically exciting: this is our first co-hosted roundtable, with our friends at Pea Soup. Dave Shoemaker, co-editor of Pea Soup, joins me as co-moderator for this discussion. Our wonderful participants in this roundtable …

Call for Papers: SPP/ESPP (Milan, July 2022)

The 3rd Joint Conference of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology and European Society for Philosophy and Psychology invite submissions of papers, symposia and posters for the 3rd joint meeting of the SPP and ESPP, to be held 19-22 July 2022 in Milan Italy. See the call for papers, symposia, …

Brains Blog Roundtable: Perceptual Representation

We are very excited about our first ever Brains Blog Roundtable, on “Perceptual Representation”! We have a really fantastic lineup for our first roundtable: joining us for this session are Ned Block (NYU), Susanna Schellenberg (Rutgers), and Susanna Siegel (Harvard). Join us for a spirited discussion about the state of …

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