免費下載—UCtelevision—西元2008年01月10日—UC Berkeley presents the The Charles M. and Martha Hitchcock Lecture series, featuring linguist and political activist Noam Chomsky. Chomsky examines biolinguistics - the study of relations between physiology and speech.
免費下載—UCtelevision—西元2008年01月10日—Influential linguist and political Activist Noam Chomsky discusses the properties, design and theories of language in this Hitchcock lecture presented at UC Berkeley. Series: "UC Berkeley Graduate Council Lectures" [7/2003] [Public Affairs] [Humanities] [Show ID: 7414]
UCtelevision—西元2008年01月22日—Why are humans the only species to have language? Is there something special about our brains? Are there genes that have evolved for language? In this talk, Jeff Elman, UCSD professor of cognitive science and co-director of the Kavli Institute for Brain and Mind, discusses some of the exciting new research that helps us understand what it is about human language that is so different from other animals' communication systems, and what about our biology might make language possible. Series: "Grey Matters" [7/2006] [Science] [Show ID: 11187]
UCtelevision—西元2008年01月22日—UCSD cognitive scientist Martin Sereno takes you on a captivating exploration of the brain's structure and function as revealed through investigations with new advanced imaging techniques and understandings of evolution. Series: "Grey Matters" [12/2005] [Science] [Show ID: 11186]
ResearchChannel—西元2008年02月21日—In this Tufts University video, Daniel C. Dennett, philosophy professor and co-director of the Center for Cognitive Studies at TuftsUniversity, offers a unique perspective on the role of philosophy in the cognitive and behavioral sciences. Dennett is known for his research on the mind and consciousness, relating philosophy to the scientific study of the brain, evolution and artificial intelligence.