
Princeton’s Attention Judgment study aims to investigate the ability of the human brain to predict and model the attention of others. Our work is centered around the Attention Schema Theory of…
Date
May 5th, 2023 Speaker
Kathryn T. Farrell, UG '25 and Sarah C. Kimmel, UG '24 Department
Neuroscience and Psychology


Lecture 5  Free Will Lecture Series  Old news to physicists. Descartes and Leibniz disproved. The Janus universe. Left/right symmetry. Satisfying Curie. Hidden variable theories. Random vs.…
Date
April 20th, 2009 Speaker
John Conway Department
Mathematics


Lecture 4  Free Will Lecture Series  Frightening people off. The story so far; restating the theorem. Sending your friend and his particle to Mars. The meaning of “free.”…
Date
April 13th, 2009 Speaker
John Conway Department
Mathematics


Lecture 1  Free Will Lecture Series  Meet John Conway; hear about Simon Kochen and how the theorem came about. Thoughts on senility. Free will and determinism in science and philosophy over the…
Date
March 23rd, 2009 Speaker
John Conway Department
Mathematics


Lecture 3  Free Will Lecture Series  Review of SPIN and TWIN, which can be operationally demonstrated, and FIN, which can’t. Why the speed of light is independent of the observer. The way…
Date
April 6th, 2009 Speaker
John Conway Department
Mathematics


Lecture 6  Free Will Lecture Series  Consistency proofs and truth. Godel and truth. Determinism in philosophy and science departments. Scientific experiments and free will. Surprise and…
Date
April 27th, 2009 Speaker
John Conway Department
Mathematics


Lecture 2  Free Will Lecture Series  Measuring a particle’s spin: It tells you. The SPIN axiom, 101 property, and M.C. Escher. Demonstrating the paradox, clarifying Heisenberg’s…
Date
March 30th, 2009 Speaker
John Conway Department
Mathematics
