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Monday, 14 March 2005
Stevan Harnad added to program
Prof. Stevan Harnad has been added to the DASER-2 Summit program. The title of his presentation is:

"Institutional repository models: what works and what doesn't"

He will be speaking with Dr. Hays on Sunday morning, during Panel 5.

Here is a short biography:

Stevan Harnad (http://www.ecs.soton.ac.uk/~harnad) was born in Hungary,did his undergraduate work at McGill University and his graduate work at Princeton university and is currently Canada Research Chair in Cognitive Science at University of Quebec/Montreal and adjunct Professor in Electronics and Computer Science at Southampton University, UK. His research is on categorisation, communication and cognition. Founder and Editor of Behavioral and Brain Sciences http://www.bbsonline.org/ (a paper journal published by Cambridge University Press), Psycoloquy http://psycprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/ (an electronic journal sponsored by the American Psychological Association) and the CogPrints Electronic Preprint Archive in the Cognitive Sciences tp://cogprints.ecs.soton.ac.uk/ he is Past President of the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Corresponding Member of the Hungarian Academy of Science, and author and contributor to over 150 publications, including Origins and Evolution of Language and Speech (NY Acad Sci 1976), Lateralization in the Nervous System (Acad Pr 1977), Peer Commentary on Peer Review: A Case Study in Scientific Quality Control (CUP 1982), Categorical Perception: The Groundwork of Cognition (CUP 1987), The Selection of Behavior: The Operant Behaviorism of BF Skinner: Comments and Consequences (CUP 1988) and Icon, Category, Symbol: Essays on the Foundations and Fringes of Cognition (in prep).

Posted by asistdaser at 3:01 PM EST

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