|Event date||June 04, 2018|
|Submission deadline||February 01, 2018|
|Host(s)||University of Milan|
|Event website/information||For more info, write to firstname.lastname@example.org|
“Communication and Cooperation” Workshop, June 4, 2018
Confirmed Speakers: Abraham Roth (Ohio State University), Glenda Satne (UAH/University of Wollongong), Matteo Bianchin (University of Milano-Bicocca)
This workshop aims at elucidating various facets of the interrelation between communication and cooperation. Questions include (but are not restricted to): What are the criteria under which communication can be understood as cooperation? What are the functional roles of communication in different kinds of cooperation? To which extent can communication and cooperation facilitate our understanding of reasons? How do breakdowns of communication and communicative skills impact the success of cooperative activities? What do the (social) cognitive and neural foundations of communicative practices and cooperative activities tell us about the interrelation between communication and cooperation? How do communication and cooperation differ among cultures or species?
There are few more slots for talks available. If you would like to attend the workshop actively with giving a talk, please send a 200-word abstract suitable for blind-review to email@example.com by February 1, 2018. Letters of notification will be sent by March 1, 2018.