2018 Glushko Dissertation Awards announced

2018 Glushko Dissertation Awards announced

 

The 2018 recipients of the Robert J. Glushko Prizes for Outstanding Doctoral Dissertations/theses in Cognitive Science are:

  • Melody Dye – “Bridging Levels of Analysis: Learning, Information Theory, and the Lexicon ” from Indiana University
  • Chaz Firestone – “Cognition Does Not Affect Perception” from Yale University
  • Sagi Jaffe-Dax – “Neural Basis and Computational Account for Dyslexia” from Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Eric Schulz – “Towards a Unifying Theory of Generalization” from University College London
  • Michelle Spierings – “The Music of Language: Exploring Grammar, Prosody and Rhythm Perception” from Leiden University
(Photo by Jeff Miller/UW-Madison)

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CogSci2018: Madison

CogSci 2018, the 40th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, will be in Madison, Wisconsin, at the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center on July 25th – 28th, 2018.
(Wednesday, July 25th is the Tutorials and Workshops day).

This year’s conference provides an opportunity to consider the ways cognitive science bears on issues of change, learning, growth, and adaptation, but, as always, the conference will also reflect the full breadth of the discipline and of the society’s membership.

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