The Department d'Etudes Cognitives organizes a monthly colloquium with guests from all over the world.
The colloquium is about to start its new season! We are pleased to announce this amazing line up of speakers.
22/09/20 - Paige Harden (University of Texas)
"Genomic analysis of 1.5 million people reveals genes associated with substance use, antisocial behavior, and health"
13/10/20 - Ingride Johnsrude (University of Western Ontario)
"How attention and context affect neural representations"
The first five talks at least (September to January) will be held virtually through video conferencing, but the talks will be projected in the Jaurès room at the ENS, 29 rue d'Ulm, 75005 Paris. This room can only accommodate 120 people. It will be possible to attend the colloquium online. Login information for the September 22nd session will be communicated very soon.
Our first guest is Paige Harden. Prof. Harden is a rising star of behavioral genetics, known among other things for advocating a politically progressive agenda in her field and with the wider public (ex: The New York Times). The summary of her conference is available here.