Nick Chater
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Description

My research focusses on looking for fundamental principles of cognition, which might apply across several cognitive domains. I am particularly interested in problems of uncertain inference, that arise in learning, reasoning, and perception; and in models of judgement and decision making, based with on cognitive principles. I also work on real-world applications of the cognitive and decision sciences.


Lectures:

lecture
flag Models of Human decision-making
as author at  Cognitive Science and Machine Learning Summer School (MLSS), Sardinia 2010,
5189 views
  lecture
flag Language acquisition and Kolmogorov complexity: Why is language acquisition possible
as author at  Cognitive Science and Machine Learning Summer School (MLSS), Sardinia 2010,
4115 views
tutorial
flag Models and theories in cognitive science (Part 2)
as author at  Cognitive Science and Machine Learning Summer School (MLSS), Sardinia 2010,
3524 views
  tutorial
flag Cognitive science for machine learning 2: Empirical methods
as author at  Cognitive Science and Machine Learning Summer School (MLSS), Sardinia 2010,
4518 views
tutorial
flag Cognitive science for machine learning 1:What is cognitive science?
as author at  Cognitive Science and Machine Learning Summer School (MLSS), Sardinia 2010,
8669 views