January 17th: Vincent Hayward (Paris, ISIR) A world of tactile illusions and what we can do with them.
Feb 14th: Salvadore Soto-Faraco (Spain)
March 7th: Dale Purves (Duke University) Why We See What We Do: Some Heretical Ideas about Vision
March 21st: Thor Grunbaum (Copenhaguen & IP)
March 25th: Jonathan Cohen (UCSD)
April 25th: Geraint Rees (ICN, London)
June 4th: Anya Hurlbert (Newcastle University)
January 10th : Chris Macmanus (UCL)
March 1st : Luciano Fadiga (Ferrara) A sensorimotor processing of language
March 22nd : Mohan Matthen (Toronto) Individuating the senses
April 2nd: Ned Block (NYU) Phenomenal and access consciousness
April : Keith Allen (York) on colour
April : Kevin O’Regan (Paris V) A sensori-motor approach to feel
May: Ellen Friedland (Berlin) Skill Acquisition
June: Brian Keeley (Pitzberg) The Senses’ redux
Oct 25th: Victoria Williamson (Goldsmith) on Amusia.
Nov 1st (4-6pm):Georges Rey (Maryland) on Concept Nativism.
Nov 7th : Roi Cohen-Kadosh (Oxford) on Synaesthesia
Nov 22nd: Matt Nudds (Warwick), Hearing sound sources
Dec 7th: Joelle Proust (Jean Nicod, Paris) on Noetic feelings
Dec 13th : Josef Pavizi (Stanford) on deep brain stimulation
Dec 4th, 11th and 17th: Chandaria Lectures, Neurons and Knowledge, Colin Blakemore
Friday Dec 14th : Workshop on Intentions and control of Action (co-organised with Thor Grunbaum, Copenhaguen & IP)
January 10th: Olivier Massin (Geneva) The objectivity of touch
January 26th: Debi Robesron (Essex) & Stephen Butterfill (Warwick) Categorical perception and category structure
Feb 3rd: Oliver Kauffman (Aarhus) Modal signature and perceptual awareness
Feb 10th: Catherine Dacremont (Department of Psychology, University of Bourgogne, France) What is sensory analysis?
March 3rd: Anne-Lise Giraud (Laboratoire de Neurosciences Cognitives, Departement d’Etudes Cognitives, ENS, Paris, France)Ideas about the role of cortical oscillations in speech and language
March 17th: Clare Batty (Department of Philosophy, University of Kentucky, USA)Do You Smell That? On the Representation of Objects in Olfactory Experience.
March 23rd: Petter Johansson (Cognitive, Perceptual and Brain Sciences, University College London, UK)Choice blindness as a tool to study the limits of self-knowledge
May 5th: Joydeep Bhattacharya (Centre for Cognition, Computation and Culture, Department of Psychology, Goldsmiths)Impact of Crossmodal Transfer of Musical Emotion on Decision Making
May 26th: Malcolm Galloway (Cellular Pathology, Royal Free Hospital)Pathological Diagnosis: meaning, communication and classification in pathology
July 6th : Marc Ernst (Max Planck) Recalibration makes (the) perfect sense
Oct 6th : Malika Auvray (LIMSI, CNRS) : Understanding the integration of sensory-substution devices : the analogy with reading
Oct 20th: Mohan Matthen (Toronto): Iconic Representation and Its Limitations
January 18th: Stephen Butterfill (Warwick) Categorical perception: Not what it seems
January 28th: Tim Crane (Cambridge) Ideas of sensory content
March 11th: Axel Cleeremans (University of Brussels) Consciousness: The radical plasticity thesis
March 18th: Ian Philips (UCL, UK) Sensory memories
March 30th: Malika Auvray (LIMSI, Orsay) Cross-modal change blindness
May 18th:Anthony Marcel (Herts, UK) & Patrick Haggard (ICN, UCL, UK) The sense of agency
May 20th: Steven Palmer (Berkeley, USA) Aesthetic preference for spatial composition
May 26th: Ophelia Deroy (Paris XII & IJN, Paris) Can thought influence perception ? Coloured shapes, smells and other cases.
June 16th: David Bourget (Institute of Philosophy, School of advanced study, University of London) Is consciousness modal?
Oct 7th: Patrick Haggard (ICN, UCL, UK)Intentional Inhibition
Nov 10th : Daniel Wolpert (Cambridge, UK) Probabilistic models of human sensorimotor control
Sept 16th: Iris Trinkler (ENS, Paris)Olfaction and the Hippocampus
Nov 19th: Manos Tsakiris (Royal Holloway, London, UK) Experimenting with the bodily self: Understanding the relation between agency and body-ownership