The Conduct Science Podcast: Anniversary and Cognition
00:00 – Intro
01:48 – Our favourite moments of CSP so far
06:21 – Some Outtakes
14:25 – SpaceX Dragon
18:07 – Thank YOU
19:49 – What is cognition?
22:00 – Object permanence
28:15 – How different is animal imagination?
33:02 – 6 domains of cognition
36:39 – Do people think in different speeds?
42:15 – Schema
51:06 – Concept cells
1:04:22 – Reading the mind
1:08:16 – ANNOUNCEMENT!
1:13:17 – Ending and outro
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Links from the show:
- SpaceX – Dragon
- Object permanence
- Concept cells
- Recreating faces that monkeys are looking at
- NeuroScience Fiction (Quiroga, 2020)
This week on The Conduct Science Podcast, Mitch and Tom celebrate the first anniversary of the show, they talk about some their favourite moments of the past year as well as exploring some never before seen outtakes from previous episodes and at the end of the show make an exciting announcement! They pay tribute to SpaceX and the successful launch of SpaceX Dragon before heading onto the topic of cognition. Here we find out about the different domains of cognition, schemata, concept cells, and reading the mind… it’s closer than you think. Music by: Joakim Karud – https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud.
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