VIII. Dubrovnik Conference on Cognitive Science

Comparative Cognition, from Ethology to Cognitive Science

28. april - 1 may, 2016

Detailed program is coming soon.

It is our pleasure to invite you to the VIII. Dubrovnik Conference on Cognitive Science (DUCOG), on "Comparative Cognition, from Ethology to Cognitive Science". The conference will take place on 28. april - 1 may, 2016, in the Center for Advanced Studies of Dubrovnik, Croatia, located by the Adriatic sea at the foot of the old city of Dubrovnik (Croatia), a UNESCO world heritage site.

We're glad to announce our keynote speakers

Redouan Bshary
(Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland)

The social brain hypothesis applied to fishes

Irene Pepperberg
(Harvard University, USA)

Cognitive and communicative abilities of Grey parrots

Josep Call
(Max Planck Institute, Leipzig)

A taste of ape metaphysics.

Tecumseh Fitch
(University of Vienna, Austria)

The Comparative Approach to Language Evolution

Márta Gácsi
(MTA-ELTE Comparative Ethology Research Group, Budapest, Hungary)

The effect of social context on the decisions of our dogs

Anna Wilkinson
(University of Lincoln, UK)

Cold-blooded cognition: Social cognition in reptiles

We invite poster submissions from all areas of cognitive science.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Dubrovnik!

Anna Kis
Attila Andics
Csaba Pléh
Nevena Padovan
Paula Fischer
Anna Gergely