Nick Shea

2012

  • Shea, N., (2012). Functional content in simple sender-receiver models of comunication, British Society for the Philosophy of Science Annual Conference, Stirling (July)
  • Shea, N., (2012). Biological Infirmation, Philosophy of Biology in the UK, Oxford (April)
  • Shea, N., (2012). Representational content in some simple models of signalling, Signalling and Meaning Conference, CUNY Graduate Centre (March)
  • Shea, N., (2012). Content in simple sender-receiver models of communication, Natural Information Workshop, University of Aberdeen (February)
  • Shea, N., (2012). Representational content for cognitive science: some new developments, Cognitive Science Seminar, University of Sussex (January)

2011

  • Shea, N. (2011), 'Reward prediction error signals are metarepresentational', Society for Philosophy and Psychology and European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, annual conference, Montreal (July)   
  • Shea, N. (2011), 'Metarepresentation and reward prediction errors in non-human animals', International Society for History, Philosophy and Social Studies of Biology, biennial conference, Salt Lake City (July)
  • Shea, N. (2011), 'Reward prediction error signals are metarepresentational', Cognitive Science Society, annual conference, Boston (July)   
  • Shea, N. (2011), 'Reply to Gopnik', Evolution of Human Cognition seminar, All Souls College, Oxford (June)
  • Shea, N. (2011), 'Reward prediction errors are metarepresentational', St Catz philosophy of mind work-in-progress group, Oxford (May)
  • Shea, N. (2011), 'Reward prediction errors are metarepresentational', lab group presentation, Experimental Psychology, Oxford (April)

2010

  • Shea, N. (2010), Cue, signal, inherited representation. Oxford Brookes University (November)
  • Shea, N. (2010), Consciousness in Vegetative State. Philosophy and Psychology seminar. St. Hilda’s College, Oxford (May)
  • Shea, N. (2010), Parents in evolution: finding out or transmitting blindly? University of Bristol (November)

2009

  • Shea, N., (2010), 'How are concepts involved in reward-guided decision-making?' Short presentation and discussion of the interdisciplinary aspects of this project. James Martin Fellows' Meeting (March)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Genetic Information Explains Why Innateness-Related Properties Cluster Together',  University of Nottingham, (2 December)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Reading Inherited Information in Dvelopment',  University of Exeter, (9 November)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Representations of prediction error', European Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Annual Conference. Budapest (August)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Imitation as an Inheritance System', British Society for the Philosophy of Science Annual Conference, Norwich, (July)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Dynamic Representations at the Shared Circuits Model', Minds, Brains and Beyond, Bristol, (March)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Representations in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Decision and Action', James Martin Advanced Research Seminar Series. Oxford (March)
  • Shea, N., (2009), 'Cognition as a perceptual simulation', At the Interface Between Perception and Cognition Workshop. Oxford (January)
  • Shea, N., (2008), Methodology for studying conscious in the vegetative state. Moral Sciences Workshop. Oxford (November)
  • Shea, N., (2008), Conceptual representations in goal-directed decision making. European Platform Workshop. Oxford (September)
  • Shea, N., (2008), Reply to Godfrey-Smith. Festschrift Conference in Honour of Ruth Millikan. University of Connecticut (October)

2008

  • Shea, N., (2008),  Festschrift Conference, University of Connecticut, (October)