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2016.12.09 | Grants

Grant from The Aarhus University Research Foundation to IMC Researcher

Professor Michael Bang Petersen (Political Science) has been granted DKK 2.7 million to examine the psychology behind political rumours and misinformation on social media.

2016.12.08 | People , Events

Homo concretus - How social interaction cultivates direct experience into abstract thoughts

Theresa Schilhab (DPU) defends her doctoral thesis Tuesday 13 December

2016.12.02 | Publication

Micah Allen (IMC and UCL) published in Synthese - An International Journal for Epistemology, Methodology and Philosophy of Science

Active inference, enactivism and the hermeneutics of social cognition

2016.11.28 | Grants

IMC Researcher Mette Steenberg receives grant from the Central Denmark Region

Time to Read - project on mental health effects of “Shared Reading”

2016.11.25 | People

Green Light, an artistic Workshop: Video with Director Andreas Roepstorff and artist Olafur Eliasson

Olafur Eliasson and the Danish anthropologist and scientist Andreas Roepstorff discuss the social conditions of our particular time and investigate the Green light platform as an experimental form, a site creating new spaces for human interaction

2016.11.22 | People

Michael Bang Petersen i 24 Spørgsmål til Professoren på Radio24syv

Kan dit personlige forhold til virus og bakterier virkelig hænge sammen med din holdning til indvandring? Og påvirkes din indstilling til velfærdsstatens omfordelingspolitik af, hvorvidt du bliver spurgt før eller efter frokost? Ja og ja, afslører Michael Bang Petersen. Han er professor i statskundskab ved Aarhus Universitet og bruger…

2016.11.22 | People

Andreas Roepstorff i 24 Spørgsmål til Professoren på Radio24syv

Mød Homo cooperansis – det samarbejdende menneske. Måske er det hverken sprog eller redskaber, som skiller os fra vores behårede slægtninge, men en helt særlig og indbygget trang til at samarbejde. Antropolog og biolog Andreas Roepstorff fra Aarhus Universitet måler, hvad der sker i os, når vi arbejder sammen. Hør om kroppe der bevæger sig i takt,…

2016.11.21 | Publication

The Effect of Positive Symptoms on Social Cognition in First-Episode Schizophrenia Is Modified by the Presence of Negative Symptoms

IMC Researchers Vibeke Bliksted and Chris Frith (et al) published article in Neuropsychology

2016.11.21 | People

IMC Researcher Morten Christiansen editor on a new Special Issue af Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences B

The Phil Trans B issue on ‘New frontiers for statistical learning in the cognitive sciences’ is publishing online. Contact:Professor Morten Christiansen, Centre for Child Language and IMC

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