What can research on human and non-human animals learn from each other?
Insights from the study of collective behavior
Tuesday, July 27, 15:00-18:00 UTC+2
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The idea for this satellite symposium is to build bridges between the computational social sciences community and the collective behavior community and to draw connections between fundamental mechanisms of behavior in human and non-human animals. The satellite symposium is hosted by the Centre for the Advanced Study of Collective Behaviour at the University of Konstanz, Germany.
We succeeded in bringing together a remarkable group of outstanding early career researchers who will present their exciting research along those lines, and they will discuss the connections with each other and the audience in a panel discussion at the end of the session.
Here is an overview of the program, detailed information on content and speakers is available at the dedicated event page.
|15:00||Introduction||Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Gaissmaier (University of Konstanz)|
|15:05||Communication and coordination in collectives||Dr. Ariana Strandburg-Peshkin (Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior & University of Konstanz, Germany)|
|15:30||How experimental network coordination games may help us understand opinion dynamics in groups||Dr. Helge Giese (University of Konstanz, Germany)|
|15:55||Lessons from the Study of Collective Behavior in Human and Non-Human Social Groups||Dr. Lisa O’Bryan (Rice University, USA)|
|16:30||Understanding human collective decision making through a reinforcement learning framework||Dr. Wataru Toyokawa (University of Konstanz, Germany)|
|16:55||Ecology in social science bottles: Applying ecological theory to understand behavior online||Dr. Joseph Bak-Coleman (University of Washington, USA)|
|17:20 – 18:00||Panel Discussion||All|