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OIST Podcast

Jun 6, 2022

In episode #5 of the Connectomics podcast, Mark speaks with sustainability researcher Roope Kaaronen. 

Roope is a postdoc at the University of Helsinki, Finland. 

In this episode, they talked about Roope's fortuitous introduction to ecological psychology and its value to his present work, his present work on strategic...


May 5, 2022

In episode #4 of the Connectomics podcast, Mark speaks with theoretical cognitive scientist Marek McGann. 

Marek is a lecturer in the psychology department in Mary Immaculate College in Limerick, Ireland.

In this episode they talked about Marek existing at the intersection of enaction and ecological psychology, the...


Feb 9, 2022

In episode #2 of the Connectomics podcast, Mark speaks with Dr. Fred Cummin, head of the Cognitive Science program at University College Dublin. 

 

Fred is a linguist and the originator of the field of study that is joint speech: where two or more people say the same thing at the same time, such as within religious...


Jan 24, 2022

In episode #1 of the Connectomics podcast, Mark speaks with Dr. Tom Froese, head of the Embodied Cognitive Science Unit at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (OIST). 

The conversation touches on the central themes of embodied cognitive science and the enactive framework in particular, the methods of this...


Oct 19, 2021

In this episode Dr. Teresa Iglesias, team leader for cephalopod support in OIST’s Animal Resources Section, talks about her career working with cephalopods, that is octopus, cuttlefish, and squid, and what they can tell us about animal behavior and two-stage sleep.