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Evolution and the Social Mind
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UC Santa Barbara's
Evolutionary and Behavioral Social Sciences
Speaker Series

Winter 1998   |  Spring 1998   |   Fall 1998

Winter 1999   |  Spring 1999   |   Winter 2000

Imagination and the Adapted Mind conference
 

 
Winter Quarter 1998
   
Friday February 27 3:30pm
 
Catching a Serpent with Another's Hand:
The Tropical Landscapes of Proverbia
English Department
SH 2635
Paul Hernadi and Francis Steen
English, UCSB
 
Friday March 6
12:30pm
The Neurology of Narrative
IHC
HSSB 6020
Kay Young, English, UCSB
Jeff Saver, Neurology, UCLA
 
Friday March 13
12:30pm
A Functional Analysis of Memory: 
Remembering the Self and Other Persons
IHC
HSSB 6020
Stanley Klein
Psychology, UCSB
 
Spring Quarter 1998
   
Friday April 10, 1998
12:30pm - 2pm
Issues in the Debate over Evolved Functional Specializations versus General-purpose Capacities in Human and Non-human Cognitive Architectures
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
Open Discussion
 
Friday April 17, 1998
12:30pm - 2pm
Narrative and the Evolution of Intelligence
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
Porter Abbott
English, UCSB
 
Wednesday April 21
3:00pm
Ecological Intelligence: An Adaptation to Frequencies
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
Gerd Gigerenzer
Director, Max Planck Institute, Berlin
 
Friday April 24, 1998
12:30pm - 2pm
What We Were, What We Have Become: Human Cognitive Evolution
IHC
HSSB 6020
Merlin Donald
Psychology, Queen's University
 
 
Wednesday May 6, 1998
11:30am - 1:00pm
Related Talk: Rationalizability In Incomplete Information Games
Paolo Battigalli, Princeton
Economics Department
North Hall 2014
The Evolutionary Dynamics Workshop Seminar
Friday May 8, 1998
12:30pm - 2pm
Group selection, selection in social contexts, and levels of selection
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
Open Forum Discussion
   
Friday May 8, 1998
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Related talk: How We Became Posthuman: HumanisticImplications of Recent Scientific Research into Cognitive Science and Artificial Life
Institute for Theoretical
Physics 1003 Kohn
N. Katherine Hayles, English, UCLA
   
Monday May 11, 1998
12:30pm - 2pm
Related talk:Early word learning
IHC
HSSB 6020
 Ellen Markman, Psychology, Stanford
 
Friday May 15, 1998
12:30pm - 2pm
The Evolution of Culturally Diverse Social Psychologies
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
 Alan Page Fiske
Anthropology, UCLA
   
Friday May 22, 1998
12:30pm - 2pm
The Evolution of Moral Sentiments, Practices, and Rules
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
Open Forum Discussion
 
Friday May 29, 1998
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Parental Misinterpretation of Children as Competitors: A Predictor of Child Abuse
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
Daphne Bugental 
Department of Psychology, UCSB
 
Monday June 1, 1998
3:30pm - 5pm
Related talk: The Once and Future Infant
Jean Mandler, Cognitive Science, UCSD
IHC
HSSB 6020
Developmental and Evolutionary Psychology / Interdisciplinary Human Development series
 
Thursday June 4, 1998
4:00 - 5:30pm
Related talk: Natural Assumptions: Race and the Power of Essence
Lawrence Hirschfeld, Anthropology, Michigan
Phelps 3523 Anthropology Spring Colloquium series 
 
Fall Quarter 1998
 
Tuesday October 20, 1998
12:30pm - 2pm
Towards a Psychology of Neoformalism: 
Empirical Studies of Literary Response
IHC
HSSB 6020
David Miall
English, University of Alberta
 
Winter Quarter 1999
   
Monday January 11, 1999
4:00pm - 5pm
Reading patients: Medical semiotics since ancient times
IHC
HSSB 6020
Thomas Sebeok, Indiana University
Friday January 22, 1999
12:30pm - 2pm
How cultural representations spread: Experimental evidence on religious concepts and evolved ontologies
IHC
HSSB 6020
Pascal Boyer
Anthropology, CNRS, Paris
Friday January 29, 1999
12:30pm - 2pm
On Evolutionary Game Theory, Bargaining, and Experimental Economics
IHC
HSSB 6020
Chris Proulx 
Economics, UCSB
Monday February 8, 1999
4:00pm - 5:30 pm
On Intention
Psychology Bldg 387 David Premack
Wednesday February 10, 1999
1:00pm - 2:30pm 
Life History Theory and the Puzzle of Modern Fertility
IHC
HSSB 6020 
Hillard Kaplan
Wednesday February 24, 1999
4:00pm - 5:30 pm
Related talk: Deceiving and Detecting Deceit
Girvetz 1004 Bella DePaulo
Psychology, University of Virginia
Friday February 26, 1999
3:30pm - 5:00 pm
Externalization and Presence in Real and Virtual Environments
Flying A Studios Room UCEN Jack Loomis
Psychology, UCSB
Friday March 5, 1999
12:30pm - 2:00pm
Thinking and Feeling
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
Paul Romer
Economics and Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
 
Spring Quarter 1999
   
Friday April 9, 1999
12:30pm - 2:00pm
Why Is Literature: A Co-Evolutionary Perspective on Imaginative Worldmaking
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
Paul Hernadi
English and Comparative Literature, UCSB
 
Monday April 12, 1999
2:15pm - 3:45pm
UC Hitcock Lectures
Perception, Imagery, and Science
Engineering Pavillion Roger N. Shepard 
Professor of Psychology, Emeritus
Stanford University
 
Wednesday April 14, 1999
3:15pm - 4:45pm
UC Hitcock Lectures
The Grounds of Science and of Ethics
Multicultural Theater
UCEN
Roger N. Shepard 
Professor of Psychology, Emeritus
Stanford University
Friday April 16, 1999
12:30pm - 2pm
The Hunting Apes: 
Meat-eating, meat-sharing, and the roots of human social cognition
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
Craig B. Stanford
Associate Professor of Anthropology and 
Co-Director, Jane Goodall Research Center
USC
Friday April 23, 1999
12:30pm - 2pm
The Forager Olympics. Does it take 20 years to become a competent hunter-gatherer?
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
Nicholas G. Blurton Jones
Anthropology, UCLA
Friday May 7, 1999
12:30pm - 2pm 
The Moulding of Subjectivity in Literature
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A 
Jørgen Dines Johansen
Professor & Chair of General and
Comparative Literature at Odense University
Friday May 21, 1999
12:30pm - 2pm 
Human Language and Animal Communication in the Context of the Evolutionary Origin of Language
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
Charles N. Li
Professor of Linguistics, UCSB
Friday May 28, 1999
12:30pm - 2pm
The Interactive Interface between Gender and Ethnic Discrimination: A Social Dominance and Evolutionary Perspective
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
James H. Sidanius
Professor of Psychology, UCLA
 
Winter Quarter 2000
   
Friday January 14, 2000
12:30pm - 2:00pm
Of  Hobbes and Harvey:  The Imaginary Companions Created by Children and Adults
Anthropology Department
HSSB 2001A
Marjorie Taylor
Psychology, 
University of Oregon
Friday February 14, 2000
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Brain, Mind, and Culture:
What Relationship?
IHC
HSSB 6020
Steven Mithen
Anthropology,
Reading University 
Friday March 17, 2000
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Implicit Pedagogy: 
From Chase Play to Collaborative Worldmaking
Phelps  2516 Stephanie Owens, Educational Psychology,
U of Northern Colorado
Francis Steen, English, UCSB
 

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