Online Lecture Series: Social Robots

Prof. Friederike Eyssel University of Bielefeld A social psychological perspective on social robots 15.02.2022 – 17:00 – 18:10 Prof. Nicole Krämer University of Duisburg-essen Interaction with robots and algorithms from the perspectives of social psychology 16.02.2022 – 09:00 – 10:10

CFP: Spring School on Situated Cognition (SCSS) 2022

Spring School on Situated Cognition (SCSS) 2022:Situated Cognition: Applications, Prospects and LimitsCFP: 20th of January 2022 Abstract Our spring school brings together leading researchers in the field of the situated mind. We aim to exchange the latest advancements and ideas on situated cognition and show how these concepts also apply in the real world to tackle diverse problems. For this goal, interdisciplinary researchers from all ends of the spectrum are… » read more

Second Conference of the Second Cohort of the RTG ‘Situated Cognition’

Situated Affectivity & Social Understanding Online via Zoom, 10/12/2021 9:00 Welcome Event is going to be online only (use Zoom link below)! 09:05 – 10:20 Keynote Dr. Lewis Chuang (LMU Munich)Humans & Technology: Mind the Gap 10 minutes Discussion Break 10:30 – 11:10 PhDPresentation Shadi Derakhshan (University of Osnabrück)Head Position as a Robust Prediction for the Technology AcceptanceModel (TAM) in Self-Driving Vehicles – A Large Scale Virtual Reality Study 5… » read more

Why Do People Believe Weird Things? Bayesian Brains, Conspiracy Theories, and Intellectual Vices

Lecture SeriesOrganized by: Dr. Krzysztof Dolega, Prof. Dr. Tobias SchlichtPlease register to acquire zoom link for participation. Email to:

Mark Sprevak (University of Edinburgh) Physical computations are idealisations

This is a hybrid event. For in-person attendance please register until Thu., 18th of November: Room: GA 04/187 (or online) Tue., 23.11.2021 – 12.00 (s.t.) – 13.30Zoom-Link