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Are visuomotor representations cognitively penetrable? Biasing action-guiding vision | SpringerLink
Are visuomotor representations cognitively penetrable? Biasing action-guiding vision
cogsci  brain  ml  vision  embodiedcogsci  embodied 
june 2018 by danbri
Exploring an Alternate Universe | Lapham’s Quarterly
What seemed even more significant was that I could remember the experience of LSD inebriation in every detail. This could only mean that the conscious recording function was not interrupted, even in the climax of the LSD experience, despite the profound breakdown of the normal worldview. For the entire duration of the experiment, I had even been aware of participating in an experiment, but despite this recognition of my condition, I could not, with every exertion of my will, shake off the LSD world. Everything was experienced as completely real, as alarming reality—alarming, because the picture of the other, familiar everyday reality was still fully preserved in the memory for comparison.
drugs  lsd  memory  cogsci 
january 2018 by danbri
BBC - Future - How liars create the ‘illusion of truth’
After a break – of minutes or even weeks – the participants do the procedure again, but this time so
lying  cogsci  psychology  deception 
october 2016 by danbri
Towards bridging the gap between deep learning and biology - YouTube
New talk by Yoshua Bengio on "bridging the gap between deep learning and biology":
yoshuabengio  stdp  backprop  bio  cogsci 
february 2016 by danbri
Speech Jammer
RT @thespite: This is absurdly fun: HTML5 Speech Jammer (for Chrome and Firefox)
audio  cogsci 
april 2015 by danbri
Win an Argument by Asking the Other Person to Outline a Plan
The results were clear. People who provided reasons remained as convinced of their positions as they had been before the experiment. Those who were asked to provide explanations softened their views, and reported a correspondingly larger drop in how they rated their understanding of the issues. People who had previously been strongly for or against carbon emissions trading, for example, tended to became more moderate – ranking themselves as less certain in their support or opposition to the policy.P
argumentation  cogsci 
may 2014 by danbri
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