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WS 2016/17

Neurocognitive models for reasoning and memory

Organizer: Marco Ragni
Assistant: Julia Wertheim

Objective: This seminar gives a technical introduction to basic techniques for stochastic and
computational modeling of cognitive processes of reasoning and memory.
We will work through the book by

Michael D. Lee and Eric-Jan Wagenmakers (2013):
Bayesian Cognitive Modeling: A Practical Course
Cambridge University Press

Please see the Syllabus below for more details and topics.

Details

  • Blockseminary 06.02.-07.02.2017 09:00-16:00
  • First meeting (assignment of topics): 24.10.2016 16:00 (SR 02-016/18, Building 101; Technical Faculty)
  • link
  • List of proposed topics

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SS 2017

Cognitive Models for Human Decision Making

Organizer: Marco Ragni
Assistants: Lukas Elflein, Julia Wertheim

Objective: This seminar gives a technical introduction to cognitive models of decision making.

Please see the Syllabus below for more details and topics.

Details

  • Blockseminary 09.06.-10.06.2017 09:00-17:00 (SR 00-010/014, Building 101; Technical Faculty)
  • First meeting (assignment of topics): 28.04.2017 at 17:00 (SR 02-017, Building 52; Technical Faculty)
  • Syllabus

seminar2017.pdf

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