Stoffregen gives invited colloquium at UMN Center for Cognitive Sciences

StoffregenT_2013Professor of kinesiology Dr. Thomas A. Stoffregen and director of the Affordance Perception-Action Laboratory (APAL) gave an invited colloquium at the University of Minnesota Center for Cognitive Sciences on October 24. The title of his presentation was, “The Devil’s Spectacles.” Dr. Stoffregen spoke about the intimate relations between science, philosophy, religion, and technology over the past 3,000 years. He explained how they relate to behavioral sciences in general and more specifically to the theories of vision.