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2016.04.11 | Research, Calls

A position as Research Associate is available at Duke University

The Center for Advanced Hindsight at Duke University is currently seeking a full-time research associate to join our team to plan and conduct experiments, analyze data, and report findings on a variety of behavioral economics research studies.

2016.04.11 | Education

Summer Internship in Behavioral Economics at Duke, Center for Advanced Hindsight

The Center for Advanced Hindsight (CAH) at Duke University is accepting applications for a summer internship program in behavioral economics. The six-week program begins on June 20th and ends on July 30th.

2016.04.07 | Publication, Research

Creating Language: Integrating Evolution, acquisition, and Processing

New book reintegrates the science of language. Authors: Professor Morten H. Christiansen (AU and Cornell) and Nick Chater (Warwick), published by The MIT Press

Illustrationen er en model fra Lars Bach og Kaare Mikkelsens artikel over et socialt netværk, hvor prikkernes indbyrdes positioner viser hvem de er forbundet til.

2016.04.06 | Research

Samarbejde er mere stabilt i store netværk

En ny model udviklet af forskere fra Aarhus Universitet forudsiger, at der er grænser for, hvor små netværk må blive, hvis de skal kunne understøtte samarbejde.

2016.04.05 | Research

The power of TEDx

Dimitris Xygalatas did his first TEDx Talk a few days ago. Read about his experience and some good advice if you're considering doing a TED Talk

2016.04.04 | Research

Video "The power of ritual". TEDx Talk by Dimitris Xygalatas

The talk is about research on ritual behavior, including naturalistic studies on some of the world’s most extreme rituals. From fire-walking to meditation, and from graduation ceremonies to wine toasting, rituals are everywhere. But what purpose do they serve? Dimitris Xygalatas combines anthropology, science, and technology to answer this…

2016.03.29 | Media coverage, Research

Professor Alexander Koch deltager i P1 radioudsendelsen "Dig, mig og pengene"

Der er få ting, der siger så meget om, hvem vi er, som hvordan vi bruger vores penge. I en helt ny programserie har P1 sat professor Alexander Koch fra Aarhus Universitet til at udtænke en række eksperimenter, der i seks afsnit belyser vores forhold til penge. Bliver vi gavmilde, hvis vi får penge foræret uventet? Kan vi leve uden penge og bytte…

2016.03.29 | Media coverage, Research news, Research

PhD stipendiat Lea Skewes deltager i tv-programmet tvKUNST på DRK

Programmet sendes tirsdag 29. marts kl. 22.30

2016.03.29 | Media coverage, Research

Professor Michael Bang Petersen i DR P1 Eksistens: Tilgiv mig 22.03.16

Det er påske, og vi tilgiver - inspireret af en af historiens store filosoffer, Jesus. "Tilgiv dem, for de ved ikke hvad de gør", sagde han, og noget tyder på, at sidste del af den sætning er vigtig. Nogle gerninger og nogle motiver er nemlig utilgivelige - især hvis de rent faktisk godt ved hvad de gør. Men på den anden side er det måske først i…

2016.02.25 | Conference, Lecture/talk

Neuroscience Day 2016 - Brain Matters!

On May 4, NeuroCampus Aarhus hosts ”Neuroscience Day 2016”. The event takes place in the Lakeside Lecture Theatres, bldg. 1250, Aarhus University, and is open to all pre- and post-graduate students, postdocs, assistant and associate professors, clinicians, caregivers, foundations and organizations interested in neuroscience.

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