The aim of our journal club is to discuss theoretical and philisophical papers related to neuroscience and cognitive sciences. The journal club is organized on Wednesdays, 4:30 PM at Nencki Insitute.
November 30th 2022
Faust, K. M., Carouso-Peck, S., Elson, M. R., & Goldstein, M. H. (2020). The origins of social knowledge in altricial species. Annual review of developmental psychology, 2, 225.
November 2nd 2022
Nelson, N. C. (2013). Modeling mouse, human, and discipline: Epistemic scaffolds in animal behavior genetics. Social Studies of Science, 43(1), 3-29.
October 19th 2022
1) Doerig, A., Sommers, R., Seeliger, K., Richards, B., Ismael, J., Lindsay, G., … & Kietzmann, T. C. (2022). The neuroconnectionist research programme. arXiv preprint arXiv:2209.03718.
October 5h 2022
1) Kaplan, D. M., & Bechtel, W. (2011). Dynamical models: An alternative or complement to mechanistic explanations?
2) Miłkowski, M. (2016). Explanatory completeness and idealization in large brain simulations: A mechanistic perspective
September 19 th 2022
1) Bickle, J. (2022). Tinkering in the Lab. In The Tools of Neuroscience Experiment (pp. 13-36). Routledge.