2024 Anderson-Myers Colloquium | Dr. Marjorie Rhodes, New York University

Wednesday, April 24, 2024 12:00pm to 1:15pm


Dr. Marjorie Rhodes

Join us for the 2024 Anderson-Myers Colloquium, featuring Dr. Marjorie Rhodes, Professor of Psychology at New York University, delivering her talk "How language shapes the development of social thought."

April 24, 12:00 - 1:15 p.m. at Commonwealth Honors College Events Hall

Dr. Rhodes's research examines how children learn and reason about the world around them. She is interested in understanding how children form categories of animals, everyday objects, and people, and how children make sense of human social behavior. Learn more about Dr. Rhodes

Register for the Zoom option of this presentation

The Daniel R. Anderson and Jerome L. Myers Colloquium Series is funded with a generous donation by their students, Robert and Elizabeth Lorch, to honor the scholarship of these two UMass Amherst distinguished professors emeriti. The goal of the Anderson-Myers Colloquium Series is to bring in a prominent scholar whose research has revolutionized their field of study and is at the intersection of developmental and cognitive psychology.

Research Area: 

Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience
Developmental Science