Symbolic Systems Forum
Cortical Correlates of Human Motion Perception Biases
Monday, November 17, 2014
Building 460, Room 126 (Margaret Jacks Hall)
Human sensory perception is not a faithful reproduction of the sensory environment. For example, at low contrast, objects ...
There is a perception among aspiring entrepreneurs that only certain types of companies have the potential to be funded ...
You think you’re in control of your choices and behavior – but are you, really?
Human behavior is hackable ...
12:15 Welcome and Brief Poster Introductions
12:20 Poster Presentations:
Jocelyn Hickcox ('15), "Creating a Data-Driven Course Recommender ...
Symbolic Systems Program associate director Todd Davies will be speaking and answering questions about "Getting Involved in Research in Symbolic Systems". The discussion will cover the basics of finding projects to work on and faculty to work with, making room for research in your schedule, options for funding, internships, honors ...
Office hours are designated times when Stanford students are invited to consult with Symbolic Systems Advising Fellows and Program Administrators. Office hours for Spring Quarter begin on January 8, 2018. If you are viewing this in the newsroll, click "Full Article" to see the complete list of office hours. Watch ...
The list of 2014-2015 Advanced Small Seminar Requirement (ASSR) options for undergraduate majors is now posted.
Our program has been profiled in a Stanford Report article with videos that is currently the top feature at Stanford.EDU. Symbolic Systems Program students, alumni/ae, and faculty mentioned in the article and accompanying videos include Josh Haner (Class of 2002), Kenneth Taylor (Henry Waldgrave Stuart Professor in Philosophy ...