Blogs

  • Radu Umbres'

    Ethnographic tidbits on minds and cultures.
  • Victoria Fomina's

    Some reflections on cognitive and social processes in the making of religious traditions.
  • Dan Sperber's

    Easy pieces on hard issues.
  • Stefaan Blancke's

    The diffusion of sense and nonsense.
  • The Mint's

    This is the blog of the MINT Journal Club where we monthly discuss papers on minds and traditions.
  • Inge van de Ven's

    A blog on the intersections between art, literature, culture, media and cognition. By a scholar of literary and media studies who is excited about exploring the cognitive functioning of her study objects.
  • Helena Miton's

    ICCI's cabinet de curiosités. Hodgepodge of cultural items. Be my guest!
  • The Color Game's

    The posts on this blog explore the digital life of the Color Game, a gaming app launched by our lab. Our goal: documenting the evolution of a new language without words, and recording its birth in data. To find out more, visit colorgame.net.
  • Thom Scott-Phillips'

    Evolution, mind & culture in the popular press.
  • Brent Strickland's

    This blog asks how lessons from cognitive science can help us to understand and improve on cultural activities that impact our daily lives such as science, business, and political decision making.
  • Hugo Mercier's

    Hugo writes mainly about cognitive psychology – in particular reasoning – with the occasional foray into cultural phenomena.
  • Christophe Heintz's

    Isn't it remarkable that evolved human cognition produces scientific, economic and political stuff?
  • Olivier Morin's

    Cognition. Culture. Things in between.
  • Johannes Mahr's

    Cerebral convolutions about mind, society and culture from a cognitive science perspective.
  • Bahador Bahrami's

    How we face difficult decisions: New rides on Buridan's ass.
  • Guest

    ICCI Invited bloggers.
  • Pierre Jacob's

    This blog is devoted to issues in the investigation of human social cognition.