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Social Minds in Joint Action

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Humans are able to perform a wide range of joint actions, from carrying heavy objects together to having conversations. What are the mechanisms enabling joint action? This talk will provide an overview of experimental research that has begun to unravel the behavioural, cognitive, and neural processes supporting joint action planning and coordination. While much of this research has focused on egalitarian dyadic joint actions, new findings also shed light on role and task distributions in more complex group contexts. It will be discussed what we can learn from joint action research for increasing affiliation and cooperation, for improving the design of collaborative robots, and for enhancing our understanding of aesthetic experiences during observation of joint performances.

This talk is part of the Zangwill Club series.

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