INVITED TALKS

“An old-fashioned theory of digital propaganda: Does gesture propagate cultural knowledge?” Center for Research in Language, UC San Diego. May, 2016.

“Every number in its place: Spatial foundations of calculation and conceptualization.” Cognitive Development Lab, University of Chicago. April, 2015.

“Questions and concerns from friends and enemies of Embodied Cognition.” Bridging Neuroscience and Embodiment: The Many Bodies of Embodied Cognition, Advanced Course at the Champalimaud Neuroscience Programme, Portugal. October, 2013.

“Closing remarks: Which body?” Bridging Neuroscience and Embodiment: The Many Bodies of Embodied Cognition, Advanced Course at the Champalimaud Neuroscience Programme, Portugal. October, 2013.

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INVITED WORKSHOPS

Invited participant, workshop on Cultures of Mathematical Research Training. Hamburg, Germany. June, 2015.

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PANELS ORGANIZED

Tillman, K.†, Walker, E.†, Marghetis, T.†, Bender, A., Sieghard, B., Srinivasan, M., Barner, D., Santiago, J., Bergen, B., Núñez, R., Casasanto, D., & Boroditsky, L. (July 2014). Origins of time: New insights into the psychological foundations of time. Symposium at the 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. †symposium co-organizers

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REFEREED TALKS

Klein, S. & Marghetis, T. (December, 2016). Shaping experiment from the inside out. A Body of Knowledge: Embodied Cognition and the Arts, Irvine, CA.

Landy, D., Karlapudi, A., Guay, B., & Marghetis, T. (November, 2016). Domain-general psychophysical scaling, not issue-specific biases, explains most apparent political ignorance. 37th Annual Conference of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Boston, MA.

Klein, S. & Marghetis, T. (August, 2016). Shaping Experiment from the Inside Out. 4S (Society for Social Studies of Science), Barcelona, Spain.

Landy, D., Silbert, N., & Marghetis, T. (August, 2016). Measuring The Wisdom of Nations. 49th Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology, New Brunswick, NJ.

Marghetis, T., Walker, E., & Verhoef, T. (August, 2016). Where is tomorrow? How high is a year? Space-time metaphors emerge from individual biases, social interaction, and cultural transmission. 8th Conference in Evolutionary Linguistics, Bloomington, IN.

Tillman, K. Marghetis, T., Barner, D., & Srinivasan, M. (August 2016). Deconstructing tomorrow: How children learn the semantics of time. 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. (34% acceptance rate)

Verhoef, T., Walker, E., & Marghetis, T. (August 2016). Cognitive biases and social coordination in the emergence of temporal language. 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. (34% acceptance rate)

Marghetis, T., Goldstone, R. L., & Landy, D. (June, 2016). Automaticity of numerical magnitude processing during the solution of algebraic equations. Canadian Society for Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Science, Ottawa, Canada.

McComsey, M., Cooperrider, K., & Marghetis, T. (January, 2016). Sources of within-population variability in spatial communication and reasoning: Evidence from Juchitán, Mexico. (Special Session on Language, Culture, and Cognition in Spatial Reference.) 90th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Washington, DC.

Cooperrider, K., McComsey, M., & Marghetis, T. (September 2015). Spatial frames of reference in gesture: Evidence from bilingual Mexico. 6th International Conference on Spatial Cognition, Rome, Italy.

Marghetis, T., Eberle, L.*, & Bergen, B. (July 2015). The mental number line spreads by gestural contagion. 37th Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Pasadena, CA. (31% acceptance rate) *undergraduate student advisee

Cooperrider, K., McComsey, M., & Marghetis, T. (November 2014). Gesture and spatial frames of reference in bilingual Mexico. 12th Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language Conference, Santa Barbara, CA.

Marghetis, T., Eberle, L. *, Bergen, B. (November 2014). Gesture shapes the conceptualization of abstract mathematical concepts. 12th Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language Conference, Santa Barbara, CA. *undergraduate student advisee

Marghetis, T., & Youngstrom, K.* (July 2014). Pierced by the number line: Integers are associated with back-to-front sagittal space. 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Quebec, Canada. (41% acceptance rate) *undergraduate student advisee

Marghetis, T., McComsey, M., & Cooperrider, K. (July 2014). Spatial reasoning in bilingual Mexico: Delimiting the influence of language. 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Quebec, Canada. (41% acceptance rate)

Marghetis, T., & Guerra, E. (March 2014). Spatial grounding of ‘coordinating elements’ in language and cognition. Converging Evidence? Embodied Views of Basic Categories in Language and Cognition, Marburg, Germany.

Marghetis, T.†, Kanwal, J.†, & Bergen, B. (August 2013). Placing Numbers in Behavioral Space: Activity-Specific Interactions between Number and Space with a Single Response Button. 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, Berlin, Germany. (28% acceptance rate) †authors contributed equally

Marghetis, T., Goldin-Meadow, S., & Coulson, S. (July 2012). Speech-gesture mismatch and the neural response to mathematical information. Fifth Conference of the International Society for Gesture Studies, Lund, Sweden.

Núñez, R., & Marghetis, T. (July 2012). Arithmetic in action: Evidence in gesture of the flexible deployment of complementary embodied conceptualizations of abstract arithmetic. 5th Conference of the International Society for Gesture Studies, Lund, Sweden.

Marghetis, T., Bergen, B., & Núñez, R. (July 2012). Metaphorical conceptualization of arithmetic: Evidence in gesture of the flexible deployment of complementary construals of abstract arithmetic. 4th Annual Meeting of the UK Cognitive Linguistics Association, London, UK.

Marghetis, T., Bergen, B., & Núñez, R. (July 2012). Metaphoric mathematics in action: Evidence in gesture of multiple conceptual metaphors for arithmetic. Researching and Applying Metaphor (RaAM) 9, Lancaster, UK.

Marghetis, T., Bergen, B. & Núñez, R. (May 2012). Flexible conceptualization in mathematics: Evidence in gesture of multiple and complementary construals of abstract arithmetic. Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language (CSDL) 11, Vancouver, Canada.

Marghetis, T., & Sheredos, B. (December 2010). Warranting inference: Lessons from Cauchy and Cognitive Science. 1st Annual Meeting of the Association for the Philosophy of Mathematical Practice, Brussels, Belgium.

Sheredos, B., & Marghetis, T. (December 2010). Toward a new psychologistic logic: Some anti-Fregean (and Fregean!) hypotheses. Workshop From Cognitive Science and Psychology to an Empirically-Informed Philosophy of Logic, Amsterdam, Netherlands. (35% acceptance rate)

Marghetis, T., & Núñez, R. (March 2010). Dynamic construals, static formalisms: Evidence from co-speech gesture during mathematical proving. Symposium on Mathematical Practice and Cognition, at AISB 2010, Leicester, UK.

Marghetis, T. (May 2009). Metaphor and explanation: The case of mathematical proof. Transformation Through Learning Graduate Symposium, Montreal, Canada.

Marghetis, T. (February 2009). What makes a textbook proof a satisfactory explanation for the reader? 12th Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education (RUME), Raleigh, USA.

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