The 2017 Science of Kokoro Intensive Lectures: The Mystery of Kokoro- Relationships between brain, body, and mind
The 2017 Science of Kokoro Intensive Lectures:
The Mystery of Kokoro– Relationships between brain, body, and mind
Science of Kokoro Intensive Lectures are annually held for students and researchers to further understand the mysterious and intriguing aspects of Kokoro. Both domestic and international lecturers are invited to give lectures on their areas of expertise. This year’s lecture focuses on “the mystery of kokoro” and will examine the brain, body, and mind through the lens of cognitive neuroscience, cultural psychology, and cultural neuroscience. Prof. Satoshi Umeda (Keio University) Prof. Shinobu Kitayama (Michigan University), and Dr. Nobuhito Abe (KRC, Kyoto University) will present their research during the three days of intensive lectures and discussions.
Date: Thursday, 2/22/18, Friday, 2/23/18, Saturday, 2/24/18,
Place: Kyoto University Inamori Center, Conference room, 3rd Floor
Attendance Requirements: to attend, you must be a student or researcher at Kyoto university
Please note: Credits will not be provided for this lecture. Attendees must attend all 3 days
Registration: Please email us at kokoro-lecture*mail2.adm.kyoto-u.ac.jp (replace * with @) with “Registration for the Science of Kokoro Intensive Lectures” in the subject line.
Please write: your major, year, student ID number (or institution name and title if researcher), name, contact info (email address/phone), reason for registering (within 500 letters).
You will be notified by mid-February whether you have been selected to attend the lecture or not.
Due: Wednesday, January 31, 2018 17:00