Causal Cognition in Humans and Machines

Oxford, 3-4 May 2019

This is a moment to bring together researchers from different backgrounds to share and discuss different theoretical frameworks and methodologies. 

A dedicated research topic on the workshop content within Frontiers in Psychology

(https://www.frontiersin.org/research-topics/9874) will provide a more permanent record of a selection of the proceedings, and a point of departure for future work. 

 

Workshop presenters who would like to make a contribution to the research topic are invited to contact the workshop organisers at CCHMworkshop@gmail.com with their suggested title and abstract (350 words). 

 

Possible article types (see https://www.frontiersin.org/journals/psychology#article-types for details) include the following:

  • Original Research (up to 12,000 words)

  • Review (up to 12,000 words)

  • Hypothesis/Theory (up to 12,000 words)

  • Mini Review (up to 3,000 words)

  • Perspective (up to 3,000 words)

  • Brief Research Report (up to 2,000 words)

 

Submissions will be managed by a group of Guest Editors, including the organisers, and will be subject to standard peer review.

Frontiers in Psychology is a Gold Open Access journal, and accepted submissions will therefore attract Article Processing Charges.