The seminar is an irregular event bringing together researchers interested in logic and cognitive science. It is based at the Institute of Artificial Intelligence, University of Groningen as one of the activities in the project 'Cognitive systems in interaction: Logical and computational models of higher-order social cognition'. If you would be interested in more details please contact Jakub Szymanik.

Next talk:

To be announced

Previous talks in the Logic and Cognition Seminar:

Flobbe, L., R. Verbrugge, P. Hendriks, and I. Krämer (2008). Children's Application of Theory of Mind in Reasoning and Language. In Journal of Logic, Language and Information 17: 417-442.
Pietarinen, A. (2003) What do epistemic logic and cognitive science have to do with each other? In Cognitive Systems Research 4(3): 169-190.
Weber (2001) Behaviour and Learning in the "Dirty Faces" Game, in Experimental Economics 4.
Szymanik & Zajenkowski (2009) Understanding Quantifiers in Language. In Proceedings of CogSci 2009.
Pelletier, Elio, Hanson (2008) Is Logic all in our heads? From naturalism to psychologism, in Studia Logica 88(1).
Van Lambalgen (2002) Logical Constructions suggested by Vision. Proceedings of ITALLC98, Lecture.
Tsotsos, J.K. (1990) , Analyzing Vision at the Complexity Level, Behavioral and Brain Sciences 13-3, p423 - 445..
Iris van Rooij, I. (2008). The Tractable Cognition thesis. Cognitive Science, 32, 939-984.