Program

Wednesday, May 12, 2021
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15:00
16:00
17:00
›13:00 (20min)
Aldo Genovesio
Neural correlates of social interaction in the frontal Pole of macaque monkeys
›13:20 (20min)
Koki Mimura
Unsupervised temporal segmentation of marmoset goal-directed behavior
›13:40 (20min)
Charlotte Canteloup
From whom to learn? Social learning biases in wild monkeys
›14:00 (20min)
Cécile Garcia
From food to sex in primate societies: trade-offs and balancing decisions
›14:20 (20min)
Karline Janmaat
What chimpanzees do not do or fail to find: An observational approach for studying primate cognition in the wild
›14:40 (20min)
›15:00 (20min)
› Hopin poster session
›15:20 (20min)
Andrew Heathcote
A Foundation for Mutual Benefits: Simple and Powerful Cognitive Decision Models
›15:40 (20min)
Russell Boag + Steven Miletić
A new model of decision process in instrumental learning
›16:00 (20min)
Vanessa Scholz
Too much, too little or just right? Motivational biases, cognitive control and psychopathology
›16:20 (20min)
Laurence Hunt
Neural mechanisms of flexible timescales of sensory evidence integration in dynamic environments
›16:40 (20min)
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