From the conference webpage at the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy:
2015 marks the 15th anniversary of the publications of Judea Pearl’s Causality and the second edition of Peter Spirtes, Clark Glymour, and Richard Scheines’ Causality, Prediction, and Search, which together are the foundations for the mathematical theory of causal modeling.
During this period, the theory of causal Bayesian networks has been applied to a variety of topics in the special sciences, including the brain and cognitive sciences. This conference will focus on the applications of probabilistic and causal modeling in cognitive science, with an emphasis on assessing both the power and limitations of these tools in our understanding of cognition.
Topics of the conference will include, but are not be limited to:
- Causal reasoning
- Probabilistic reasoning
- Models of bounded rationality
- Probabilistic causal models in cognitive psychology
- Models of judgment and decision making
- Learning and decision making
- Group decision making
- Social norms and networks
- Foundations of causal Bayesian networks
See HERE for the call for abstracts.