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Parkinson & Byrne 2017

Mary Parkinson has published some of the experiments from her PhD: Parkinson, M., & Byrne, R. M. (2017). Judgments of Moral Responsibility and Wrongness for Intentional and Accidental Harm and Purity Violations. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, in press. The … Continue reading

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Couto, Quelhas & Byrne 2017

Marta Couto has published some of the experiments she carried out for her PhD: Couto, M., Quelhas, A. C., & Byrne, R. M. (2017). Advice conditionals about tips and warnings: interpretations and inferences. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, in press. The … Continue reading

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Lab talks 2016

Lunch in the Dining Hall in Trinity after Orlando Espino’s talk,  from left: Orlando Espino (La Laguna University, Tenerife, Spain), Shane Timmons (Trinity), Isabel Orenes (UNED, Madrid, Spain), David Beltran (La Laguna University, Tenerife, Spain), Evie Alkin (Trinity), Madhav Bhargav … Continue reading

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Interdisciplinary Workshop on Counterfactual Thinking at University of Toronto

Patricia Ganea, Daphna Buchsbaum, and Angela Nyhout organised a wonderful workshop at the University of Toronto on November 4th and 5th 2016.  The line-up for both days contained a fantastic set of talks about counterfactuals from many different perspectives within … Continue reading

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Workshop on scientific imagination at LSE

Fiora Sallis organised a very interesting workshop on the scientific imagination and epistemic representations at the London School of Economics on 28th October 2016. The program brought together philosophers and psychologists for a set of stimulating and detailed discussions: Programme … Continue reading

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International Thinking Conference, Providence, US, and Poznan reasoning week, Poland

International Conference on Thinking Members of the lab gave talks at the International Conference on Thinking at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island in August. Shane Timmons gave a talk (Timmons & Byrne) on ‘Cognitive fatigue and moral reasoning’. Sabrina … Continue reading

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Summer School on Cognitive Sciences at the University of Quebec at Montreal, Canada, June 20th-July 1st 2016

The summer school in cognitive sciences at the University of Quebec at Montreal organised by Serge Robert, began with a session on reasoning chaired by Henry Markovits and featuring talks by Ruth Byrne, Geoff Goodwin, Henry Markvits, David Over and … Continue reading

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