Our work in EvoLang X Print E-mail
Evocog researchers Lluís Barceló-Coblijn and Antoni Gomila present their work at EVOLANG10:
(2014) Barceló-Coblijn, L. & Gomila, A. Syntactic development in phenotypic space. EVOLANG 2014. Vienna, 14-17 April.
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Our paper in an Oxford journal club Print E-mail
Our paper Roman Catholic beliefs produce characteristic neural responses to moral dilemmas, by Christensen, J.F., Flexas, A., de Miguel, P. & Cela-Conde, C.J, is discussed in an Oxford Moral Psychology Reading Group session.
Congreso Espacios de Arte y Salud Print E-mail
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Se acerca el II Congreso Internacional de Espacios de Arte y Salud.

Dr. Carpenter Talks Print E-mail
"The development of affiliative motivations and prosocial behavior" talks will take place on Tuesday the 25th (introductory session) and Wednesday the 26th.
Place: "Seminari de Psicologia"
Time: 12pm.
Dr. Malinda Carpenter comes from Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.
Premio mejores doctorandos Print E-mail
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Ana Pérez y Julia F. Christensen, becarias predoctorales en nuestro grupo, han sido galardonadas como dos de las mejores estudiantes de doctorado de la Universidad de las Islas Baleares: el Banco Santander entrega 30 premios a los mejores expedientes.

New publication by Lluís Barceló-Coblijn Print E-mail

Conciliating modern evolutionary theory and language evolution research, by Lluís Barceló-Coblijn & Martín Txuss, has been published in The Past, Present and Future of Language Evolution Research - Student Volume of the 9th International Conference on the Evolution of Language (Luke McCrohon, Bill Thompson, Tessa Verhoef, Hajime Yamauchi) Published by Evolang 9 Organizing Committee, Tokyo, Japan. ISBN: 978-4-9906340-1-8

World UISPP Congress Print E-mail

The XVIIth World Congress of the International Union of the Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences will take place in Atapuerca (Burgos, Spain) on September.

Frank Pollick second talk Print E-mail
Dr. Frank Pollick

School of Psychology, Glasgow University

"Music and Dance as Multisensory Perception"
Seminari de Psicologia, Guillem Cifre
Work on sintactical networks Print E-mail

maxplanckpsicolingEVOCOG researchers present their work on syntactic networks and typical and atypical development at the Max Planck Institut for Psycholinguistics:

(2014) Barceló-Coblijn, L., Real Puigdollers, C., Irurtzun, A. & Gomila, A. New psycholinguistic technique for analyses of syntactic capability uncovers developmental trends. Nijmegen Lectures 2014. Nijmegen 27-29 January.
Frank Pollick talk Print E-mail
Dr. Frank Pollick
School of Psychology, Glasgow University

"Visual processing of bodily movement in autism"
Seminari de Psicologia, Guillem Cifre

Although the social manifestations of autism are widely known there is an increasing interest in perceptual properties that might be associated with this condition. In the first part of my talk I will discuss recent research in our lab using psychophysics and fMRI, which explored the visual perception of human movement in adults on the autism spectrum (McKay et al, 2012). This study showed that although adults on the autism spectrum performed equal to an age and IQ matched group of typical adults there were striking differences revealed by fMRI on the networks recruited by the visual task. These results provide unique evidence of compensatory processes in adults with autism. In the second part of my talk I will introduce ongoing work that examines audiovisual perception in adults with autism. Here we are exploring whether differences exist between groups in how tightly audio and visual signals need to be aligned in time to be perceived as a unitary event.

McKay, L.S., Simmons, D.R., McAleer, P., Marjoram, D., Piggot, J. & Pollick, F.E. (2012). Do distinct atypical cortical networks process biological motion information in adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders? Neuroimage, 59(2), 1524-1533.

Journal Club 21-01-2014 Print E-mail
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Nueva sesión del Journal Club. Se celebrará dia  21 de enero de 2014.journalclub

Esta es una actividad más del grupo para todos sus integrantes y para los alumnos de postgrado que, por supuesto, estan invitados a participar en ella.

Se requiere leer el artículo para poder comentarlo y hacer preguntas que nos ayuden, entre todos a aprender más sobre el tema:

Buttelmann D, Carpenter M, Tomasello M. (2009) Eighteen-month-old infants show false belief understanding in an active helping paradigm. Cognition 112(2):337-42. doi: 10.1016/j.cognition.2009.05.006

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