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Human-Environment-Interaction Dynamics initiative

Jeffery Vancouver, Director

The Human-Environment-Interaction Dynamics initiative is a work group providing a mechanism for researchers from psychology, mathematics, electrical engineering, computer science, and philosophy to collaborate on the study of the function and development of the human mind.

The group meets monthly on third Fridays (see the “Upcoming Events” section for details on next meeting).

Relevant papers by HEIDi members:

J.A.Starzyk, Yinyin Liu, and Haibo He, “Challenges of Embodied Intelligence”, Proc. Int. Conf. on Signals and Electronic Systems, ICSES’06, Lodz, Poland, Sep. 17-20, 2006.

“What Determines the Self in Self-Regulation? Applied Psychology’s Struggle with Will,” Jeff Vancouver and Tad Zawidzki, Mind & World II Conference, March 2005

Other HEIDi materials: