Theory of Mind Lecture #10: Social Cognition, Love & Sex
6/27/07 Theory of Mind: Not a consciously held theory, but
automatic ability to attribute mental states to oneself and others to predict and explain behavior.
Demonstrated in unique human ability t
ENAS 194/ APHY 194: Problem Set 7
Due on 12"1 November, 2015
1. (5x3 pts) (i) Find the Laplace transform of the given function.
(a) Boyce & DiPrima 6.1.21 "
(b) Boyce & DIPrIma 6.1.24 In each of Problems 21 through 24. ﬁnd the Laplace transfo
Lecture 1: Introduction to Cognitive Science
Class Meets: M,W,F 3:30-5:45 PM Class Website: http:/classesv2.yale.edu Office Hours: Monday and Wednesday 2:30-3:30 PM, 207E SSS My Email: [email protected]
Format of Course
Lecture 2: Theories, Computation & Philosophy of Mind
6/6/07 How do you know that you are not a brain in a vat?
How do you know that the color you perceive as red is the same as the color I perceive as red? Maybe your red is my
Lecture #3: Evolution, Modularity, and Innateness
How does it work? Common misconceptions What is the evidence? Criticisms
Definition Symptoms Examples
Lecture Outline Contd
Lecture #7: Language
Basic facts about language What do all languages share? How does language develop? What components of language might be innate? Do other species have language?
Every human society has language. Every nor
Outline of Lecture
Lecture #8: Memory and Conceptual Representation
6/22/07 Function of Memory Stages of Memory Types of Memory Forgetting
Functions of Memory
Natural Inference Systemstore few facts and derive others as needed Relate new things to pr
Lecture #8: Reasoning and Mental Imagery
Deductive Reasoning Inductive Reasoning Heuristics & Biases Decision Making Problem Solving Mental Imagery
The Goal of this Research
Figure out the principles according to which we reason