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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 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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Professors Nicky Clayton & Clive Wilkins went to SciFoo 2020. :-)

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SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN~ Magic Is (Literally) for the Birds~ What conjuring techniques can reveal about animal cognition ~ an article by Susana Martinez-Conde and Stephen L. Macknik October 13, 2020

The magician climbs into the cage to perform a show for one. For this special event, he eschews coins and cards for peanuts. He rolls his sleeves and faces his captive audience: a corvid bird by the name of Stuka. … Continue reading

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Professors Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins of The Captured Thought have been invited to attend SciFoo 2020~ 23-25th October. Googleplex, Mountain View, California

About 250 attendees from all walks of life arrive at Googleplex in Mountain View, California, on a Friday for a weekend educational program — except there’s no program in place for them. And that’s intentional. Science Foo Camp — the … Continue reading

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28th October 2020. 9am – 2.00pm Mexico time. 3pm-8pm UK time. Zoom presentation at the 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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News from the Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge. UK

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