Category Archives: University of Cambridge

The Captured Thought’s latest paper~ Reflections on Endel Tulving’s Spoon Test

The Enigmatic Spoon~painting by Clive Wilkins

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The Captured Thought featured in The Guardian newspaper~ 9th September 2019

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A review of ‘The Spectacle of Illusion’ by Matt Tompkins~ Science Magazine June 2019

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EASTBIO Symposium 2019~ responses to The Captured Thought lecture

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Scientists meet the Media~ at the Science Museum, London

Nicky Clayton, Chris Frith and Clive Wilkins

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Nicky Clayton at BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking at Gateshead…

in conversation on BBC Radio 3’s ‘Breakfast’ show https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006tmr6 and on BBC Radio 3 10-11pm on April 23rd 2019

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The Psychology of Cognitive Illusions~ a lecture and day of discussion with Fachbereich PSYCHOLOGIE Salzburger Gesellschaft Für Psychologie, Salzberg, Austria.

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The Captured Thought~ Seven myths of memory

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The Captured Thought~ Memories of China.

Many thanks to Pacific, Jackie, Weijian, and Su and other members of the CUDC team, especially Michael in Cambridge for organising and hosting our lecture series. BEIJING NANJING SHANGHAI SHENYANG SOOCHOW THE GREAT WALL

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Torschlusspanik. A documentary on time by Agnese Abrusci and Theo Byström ~with a contribution from The Captured Thought.

Follow the link to view the film https://youtu.be/_EXGP3z9cNQ Torschlusspanik~ Last minute panic. Although in Tango dancers transcend time.

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