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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine
Board On Behavioral Cognitive and Sensory Sciences
Board On Behavioral Cognitive and Sensory Sciences
Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education
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Learning From the Science of Cognition and Perception
:
A Workshop 
 January 24, 2018
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Agenda / Workshop Website

 
  
Overview of Events

Sujeeta Bhatt, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
  
Welcome
Paul Sackett, University of Minnesota
  
Sponsor Perspective

 William "Bruno" Millonig,
Office of the Director of National Intelligence
 
  

 
     
 
Data Analysis in the Intelligence Community

Thomas Finger, Stanford University
 
Panel 1: Forecasting and Anticipatory Thinking

Sallie Keller, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Moderator Opening Remarks
 
Panel 1: Forecasting and Anticipatory Thinking

Barbara Mellers, University of Pennsylvania
Returns to Precision
 
  

 
     
 
Panel 1: Forecasting and Anticipatory Thinking

Gary Klein, Macrocognition
Challenges for Engaging in Anticipatory Thinking
 
Panel 1: Forecasting and Anticipatory Thinking

Alyson Wilson, North Carolina State University
Prediction and Anticipatory Thinking
 
Panel 1: Forecasting and Anticipatory Thinking

Discussion and Q&A
 
  

 
     
 
Panel 2: Trust
Fran Moore, CENTRA Technology, Inc.
Moderator Opening Remarks
 
Panel 2: Trust

David Dunning, University of Michigan
Interpersonal Trust: Current Findings and Mysteries
 
Panel 2: Trust

Roger Mayer, North Carolina State University
The Importance of Interpersonal Trust:
Now More than Ever
 
  

 
     
 
Panel 2: Trust

Adam Waytz, Northwestern
Humans and Machines
 
Panel 2: Trust

Victoria Stodden, University of Illinois
Trust in Research Findings
 
Panel 2: Trust

Discussion and Q&A
 
  

 
     
 
Panel 3: Perceptual and Cognitive Constraints on the Aids for Analysis and Presentation

Barbara Dosher, University of California, Irvine
Moderator Opening Remarks
 
Panel 3: Perceptual and Cognitive Constraints on the Aids for Analysis and Presentation


Edward Awh, University of Chicago
Capacity Limits in Online Memory and Attention
  
Panel 3: Perceptual and Cognitive Constraints on the Aids for Analysis and Presentation

Danielle Albers Szafir, University of Colorado, Boulder
Visualization and Perception Across Scales
 
  

 
     
 
Panel 3: Perceptual and Cognitive Constraints on the Aids for Analysis and Presentation

Remco Chang, Tufts University
From Vision Science to Data Science: Applying Perception to Problems in Big Data
  
Panel 3: Perceptual and Cognitive Constraints on the Aids for Analysis and Presentation

Peter L.T. Pirolli, Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition
Integrated Cognitive Models for Collaborative
Human-AI Sensemaking
  
Panel 3: Perceptual and Cognitive Constraints on the Aids for Analysis and Presentation
Discussion and Q&A
 








 
 
 

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