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Cambridge Memory Meeting 2021. Dr. Alex Schnell presents the latest research on magic and jays from Prof. Nicky Clayton’s comparative cognition lab ~ with Eli Garcia-Pelegrin and Prof. Clive Wilkins

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SOMA Webinar ~ Magic for Non Humans. Text taken from Soma website.

First Webinar: Magic for Non-Humans Our first webinar will take place on 25 April at 2pm EST. Featuring mentalist/magician Jose Ahomen, along side Professors Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins, with Prof Wally Smith.This group brings together expertise on mentalism and magic performance, science … Continue reading

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The Psychology of Magic~ A Zoom discussion with Dr. Gustav Kuhn of Goldsmiths University of London with his PhD students Alice Pailhes and Steve Bagienski and Professors Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins of the University of Cambridge and their PhD student Elias Garcia-Pelegrin. 5th March 2021

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Humanities Programme. Nicky & Clive discussing student research projects on cultural differences in cognition, with Chinese students on mainland China, as part of the CCISTC programme.

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Prof. Nicky Clayton & Prof. Clive Wilkins of The Captured Thought will appear at the Oxford University Scientific Society this week to discuss the psychology of cognitive illusions and why the mind is tricked ~Thursday, 4th February 2021 from 18.30-19.30 UTC2

Taken from the website of the Oxford University Scientific Society … This Thursday we will have two fantastic speakers: Professor Nicky Clayton FRS, Professor of Comparative Cognition in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge, and Professor Clive … Continue reading

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Cambridge academics presentation to Deans and Heads of Department at ZhengZhou University with Professor’s Clayton and Wilkins

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Centro Tlaxcala de Biologia de la Conducta, Unversidad Automoma de Tlaxcala, Mexico. Behaviour Symposium. Conflict: Current validity and relevance of the four Tinbergen questions The Development and Evolution of Cognitive Illusions

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19th-22nd July 2021. Gutenberg International Conference Centre, Mainz, Germany. Biology of Dance: Social interactions. Symposium~ becoming social. Physical workshop

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The Captured Thought~ Professor’s Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins ‘Zoom’ across the world at top speed in the absence of travel

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The Captured Thought discusses The Moustachio Quartet. A series of three talks, devised by CCISTC, for Dalian University, China. Investigating the literary process~ from textual influences to origination of ideas and final editing. Professor Nicky Clayton FRS interviews the author Clive Wilkins

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