The first results of the 2019 AAPG (Appel À Projet Générique) have just been announced, six researchers from the DEC have obtained an ANR funding:
At the Institut Jean Nicod (IJN)
- Paul Egré for the AMBISENSE project, Access to perceptual ambiguity: behavioural, metacognitive and physiological measures of perception in situations of uncertainty.
- Benjamin Spector for the ProbaSem project: Semantics and pragmatic probabilistics Approximation, hyperboles, quantity implicit.
- Valérian Chambon for the CIRCLE project: Choice and information as cognitive rewards that improve the level of control.
- Nicolas Baumard for the COGHIST project. Indications of interpersonal trust in paintings and digitized texts: Can social cognition contribute to cultural history?
At the Laboratoire des Systèmes Perceptifs (LSP)
- Claudia Lunghi for the PlaStiC Sensory, Motor and Cognitive Plasticity project in adults, and Peter Neri for the NewPiTCH project: New generation psychometric tools to characterize hearing efficiency and deficits.
For more information: https://anr.fr/fr/1er-resultats-aapg-2019/