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Course | Summer School

Summer School Computational Social Cognition 2024

Monday 15 July 2024 - Wednesday 17 July 2024
Birmingham, England

General information

The University of Birmingham in collaboration with Leiden University, will organise a summer school in Computational Social Cognition from 15 to 17 July 2024 at the University of Birmingham, England. 

The Summer School will provide talks and training in the latest developments in learning, decision-making and computational modelling with a focus on how these processes are important for social cognition, as well as topics covering theoretical issues in social cognition. There will be up to 70 attendees (from PhD to junior faculty), keynote speakers and instructors. Keynote speakers include Wolfram Schultz, Cecilia Heyes and Christian Ruff. Instructors include Patricia Lockwood, Matthew Apps, Ili Ma, Lei Zhang, Anna van Duijvenvoorde, Arkady Konovalov, Romy Froemer and Jo Cutler. By the end of the course, we expect attendees to have a good understanding of computational models of behaviour, best practices and their own scripts to apply such models to their experiments and data. Registration fees are only £350 inclusive of 4 nights accommodation, breakfast, lunch, two dinners and all instruction and social activities. Deadline for applications is 14 March.


To attend the summer school, you have to apply before the 14th of March. You can find the details about applying on this website. 

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