Michael Frank Receives FABBS Early Career Award

FABBS Early Career Impact Award

 

 

 

 

 

Michael C. Frank has been awarded the FABBS 2017 Early Career
Impact Award
for Cognitive Science Society. This award is presented to early career scientists of
FABBS member societies during the first 10 years post-PhD and recognizes scientists who have made
major contributions to the sciences of mind, brain, and behavior. The goal is to enhance public
visibility of these sciences and the particular research through the dissemination efforts of the
FABBS in collaboration with the member societies and award winners.

Dr. Frank is an associate professor of psychology at Stanford University and
earned his doctorate in brain and cognitive sciences from MIT.

Congratulations!

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CogSci 2017: London

CogSci 2017 is the 39th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, to be held in London, UK on Wednesday July 26th – Saturday July 29th, 2017 (Wednesday, July 26th is the Tutorials and Workshops day). We encourage researchers from around the world to submit their best basic and applied work in cognitive science to CogSci 2017, and to attend in order to discuss the latest theories and data from the world’s best cognitive science researchers.

The theme of the meeting is: “Computational Foundations of Cognition.”

Click here for the CogSci 2017 website.

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2018 Rumelhart Recipient

The David E. Rumelhart Prize for Contributions to the Theoretical Foundations of Human Cognition was founded in 2001 in honor of the cognitive scientist David Rumelhart. The 2018 recipient is Prof. Michael Tanenhaus, the Beverly Petterson Bishop and Charles W. Bishop Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester. Michael Tanenhaus, has over the course of 40 years gradually transformed our understanding of human language and its relation to perception, action and communication. Tanenhaus also has a limited appointment as Chair Professor in the School of Psychology at Nanjing Normal University. He was a founding member and served as Director of the Center for Language Sciences and the PI for center’s NIH-supported interdisciplinary training program for twenty years. He received an undergraduate degree in Speech and Hearing Science from University of Iowa and PhD in Cognitive Psychology from Columbia.

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