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MENG constantly seeks to push boundaries, exploring the deeper motivation behind the lives we live. Through psychological, philosophical and scientific lenses we examine ground-breaking ideas, delve into deep discussions and publish gripping interviews. Our array of publications are written by MENG’s team or published from other, innovative platforms with whom we collaborate. Together, these ideas and discussions epitomise the lifelong curiosity and humanity that underpin all of MENG’s creations and collaborations, something we want to share with you.

 

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MENG constantly seeks to push boundaries, exploring the deeper motivation behind the lives we live. Through psychological, philosophical and scientific lenses we examine ground-breaking ideas, delve into deep discussions and publish gripping interviews. Our array of publications are written by MENG’s team or published from other, innovative platforms with whom we collaborate. Together, these ideas and discussions epitomise the lifelong curiosity and humanity that underpin all of MENG’s creations and collaborations, something we want to share with you.

 

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MENG constantly seeks to push boundaries, exploring the deeper motivation behind the lives we live. Through psychological, philosophical and scientific lenses we examine ground-breaking ideas, delve into deep discussions and publish gripping interviews. Our array of publications are written by MENG’s team or published from other, innovative platforms with whom we collaborate. Together, these ideas and discussions epitomise the lifelong curiosity and humanity that underpin all of MENG’s creations and collaborations, something we want to share with you.

 

Participation

Affective Brain Lab Seminar

2nd of May 2019 - 17:15
Room 313, 26 Bedford Way

“Collective Cognition: Collaboration, Outsourcing, and Emergent Knowledge”, Steve Sloman (Brown University)

Affective Brain Lab Seminar

2nd of May 2019 - 17:15
Room 313, 26 Bedford Way

“Collective Cognition: Collaboration, Outsourcing, and Emergent Knowledge”, Steve Sloman (Brown University)

Affective Brain Lab Seminar

2nd of May 2019 - 17:15
Room 313, 26 Bedford Way

“Collective Cognition: Collaboration, Outsourcing, and Emergent Knowledge”, Steve Sloman (Brown University)

 
 

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Bradley Love is Professor of Cognitive and Decision Sciences at UCL. He integrates approaches from Experimental Psychology, Machine Learning, and Neuroscience to understand the mechanisms supporting human learning and decision making. 

 
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