2013 Marshall Weinberg Cognitive Science Symposium

To what extent can human thought, action and choice be understood as rational? The dominant view in the social and behavioral sciences for decades has been that people routinely make sub-optimal choices. But new approaches redefining the problem of rational behavior challenge that assumption. Keynote speakers at this symposium are leading cognitive scientists who engage these issues from the perspective of psychology, philosophy, neuroscience and computation.

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