The I Uruguayan Congress of Cognitive Sciences and II Symposium on Education, Cognition and Neuroscience will be held in November 17th to 21st. This event is co-organized by the Uruguayan Uruguayan Society of Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences (Sociedad Uruguaya de Ciencias Cognitivas y del Comportamiento, SUCCC) and the Interdisciplinary Interdisciplinary Center in Cognition for Teaching and Learning (Centro Interdisciplinario en Cognición para la Enseñanza y Aprendizaje, CICEA).
This Congress seeks to combine academics, professionals and the public interested in Cognitive Sciences, a scientific area of increasing basic and applied interest in Uruguay and the region. The contributions of Cognitive Sciences to Education will be the subject of special emphasis of the II Symposium, underpinning the strong bonds of common interest between the educational sector (Initial, Primary and Secondary) and the university teams working in this field.
The congress will offer a series of talks by world-class specialists on issues of cognition, neurosciences, learning and education (see speakers). In addition there will be poster sessions in which original research papers will be presented, which the scientific committee is already evaluating (see application dates). At the same time, brief symposia will work on topics related to the event. Proposals are received for these seminars (see application form).
PhD in Education from Berkeley and taught at Tel Aviv University for 39 years where he is now Emeritus Professor. Also served as the Chief Scientist of the Israeli Ministry of Education. He has been Adjunct Professor at Amrita University in Kerala, India for the past 4 years. His research interests focus on child developmental, primatological and anthropological aspects of teaching.
Professor of experimental cognitive psychology at the Collège de France (Paris). He completed a Ph.D. in cognitive psychology, and directs the Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit at the Service Hospitalier Frédéric Joliot of the French Atomic Energy Commission. His interests concern the cerebral bases of specifically human cognitive functions such as language, calculation, and reasoning.
Dr. Spelke is The Marshall L. Berkman Professor of Psychology at Harvard University. Her research focuses on the sources of uniquely human cognitive capacities, such as formal mathematics, constructing and using symbolic representations, developing comprehensive taxonomies of objects, and reasoning about other humans and their social groups.
Pediatrician and neuropsychologist, Dr. Dehaene-Lambertz has a PhD in Cognitive Science from Paris VI University and is a researcher at CNRS. Additionally, she directs the neuroimaging lab at NeuroSpin.
Dr. Hirsh-Pasek has a PhD in human development from the University of Pennsylvania and is a professor in the psychology department at Temple University, where she directs the Infant Language Laboratory. She has authored 14 books and over 200 publications in early childhood development, focusing on language, literacy and playful learning.
Director of the Brain Institute at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte in Brazil. He earned a Ph.D. in animal behavior from Rockefeller University and conducted postdoctoral research in neurophysiology at Duke University. Chair of the Regional Selection Committee of the Pew Latin American Fellows Program in the Biomedical Sciences.
Dr. Golombek has a PhD in biology from Universidad de Buenos Aires and is professor at Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina, where he directs the chronobiology lab. He’s a researcher at CONICET and is recognized for his work on scientific dissemination in several media outlets.
María Inés Susperreguy is a psychologist and has a PhD in Education from the University of Michigan, USA. She is a professor of the School of Education at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Her research focuses on the effects of family-related and instructional factors for children's cognitive development and academic outcomes, and the development of early math skills.
Dr. Joireman is an Associate professor in the department of Marketing and International Business at Washington State University and has a PhD from the University of Delaware. His research focuses on decision-making in temporal dilemmas, environmental decision-making, service failures, corporate social responsibility, and public policy issues.
Ph.D. in Cognitive Science and Linguistics by the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, France. She studies the neurobiological basis for human cognition. Her main interests focus on human cognitive development in areas such as language, social, and numerical cognition.
Verónica obtained her PhD in Experimental Psychology from Cincinnati University, USA. She has numerous publications in the field of cognitive development and the use of a dynamic systems approach for the study of cognition
|Teachers, graduate students||USD 120|
|Undergraduate students||USD 70|
The symposiums are sets of oral presentations by several authors linked by thematic axis in common.
Each symposium should be proposed and moderated by a coordinator and will have a total duration of 1 hour 30 minutes. Groups of 3 or 4 papers may be presented. The proposals received will be evaluated by the academic committee.
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Dr. Roberto Aguirre
Dra. Ana Balsa, Universidad de Montevideo
Dr. Ignacio Cervieri, Universidad de la República
Dr. Ariel Cuadro, Universidad Católica del Uruguay
Dr. Ángel Elgier, Universidad de Buenos Aires
Dr. Leonel Gómez, Universidad de la República
Mag. Maite Liz, Universidad de la República
Dra. Cindy Mels, Universidad Católica del Uruguay
Dra. Vivian Reigosa, Instituto Nacional de Evaluación Educativa
Dra. Bettina Tassino, Universidad de la República
Dra. Denise Vaillant, Universidad ORT
Dr. Alejandro Vásquez, Universidad de la República