Event Title

Understanding cognition in the Anthropocene

Presenter Information

Nathaniel Barr, Sheridan College

Location

Sheridan College, Davis Campus, Session C: Room H106

Start Date

24-10-2018 1:00 PM

End Date

24-10-2018 2:00 PM

Description

The distinction between automatic and controlled processing is pervasive across many areas of cognitive psychological research, such as reasoning, memory, attention and creativity. In the Anthropocene, an era defined by human impact, understanding such processing is urgent, as the biggest global challenges are deeply connected to how we think.

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Oct 24th, 1:00 PM Oct 24th, 2:00 PM

Understanding cognition in the Anthropocene

Sheridan College, Davis Campus, Session C: Room H106

The distinction between automatic and controlled processing is pervasive across many areas of cognitive psychological research, such as reasoning, memory, attention and creativity. In the Anthropocene, an era defined by human impact, understanding such processing is urgent, as the biggest global challenges are deeply connected to how we think.