ICDL 2022 Workshop
Neurodiversity of cognitive feelings
Date: September 12, 2022
Location: London, UK
Neurodiversity of cognitive feelings Workshop
in ICDL 2022
As part of the ICDL 2022 (https://icdl2022.qmul.ac.uk/) we will host a half-day workshop that aims to bring together multidisciplinary researchers from developmental psychology, cognitive sciences, neuroscience, and robotics to share their expertise on cognitive feeling and emotional sensations across neurodiversity.
Submission deadline August 13, 2022
Notification of acceptance August 27, 2022
Workshop presentations September 12, 2022
Clore & Parrott (1994) Cognitive feelings and metacognitive judgments. European Journal of Social Psychology, 24(1), 101–115.
Arango-Muñoz, S. (2014) The nature of epistemic feelings. Philosophical Psychology, 27(2), 193-211.
Tani (2016) Exploring robotic minds: actions, symbols, and consciousness as self-organizing dynamic phenomena. Oxford University Press.
Asada et al (2009) Cognitive Developmental Robotics: A Survey, in IEEE Transactions on Autonomous Mental Development, 1(1), 12-34.
Friston & Kiebel (2009) Predictive coding under the free-energy principle. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 364(1521):1211-21.
Friston (2010) The free-energy principle: a unified brain theory?. Nature Review Neuroscience, 11, 127–138.
Montague, Dolan, Friston, & Dayan (2012) Computational psychiatry. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 16(1), 72-80.
Professor Sarah Garfinkel, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, UK (confirmed)
Dr Sophie Betka, The École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland (confirmed)
Professor Tony Prescott, Department of Computer Science, The University of Sheffield, UK (confirmed)
Call for short talks & poster presentations
Methods and results from behavioral, computational, cognitive neuroscience, developmental robotics, and virtual reality verification are welcomed to this workshop. Possible topics of research are listed below.