We are delighted to announce a workshop on Repetitive Negative Thinking and Simulation in Natural and Artificial Cognition at the 5th Multidisciplinary Conference on Reinforcement Learning and Decision Making (RLDM 2022). This workshop will bring together computer scientists, computational neuroscientists, and clinical scientists to address key open questions and challenges concerning what distinguishes helpful from harmful mental simulation.

We have now opened our Call for Abstracts https://sites.google.com/princeton.edu/rldm2022-rnt/call-for-abstracts?authuser=0 for recorded 5 minute talks, with a specific focus on inviting individuals to submit from groups underrepresented at the RLDM conference in the fields of repetitive negative thinking and reinforcement learning. In particular, we are interested in soliciting talks from individuals who are from, or are working in geographical regions underrepresented in these fields. The deadline to receive abstracts is Wednesday 4th May AoE (Anywhere on Earth).

Whether you are attending RLDM or not, we hope the workshop will be streamed or recorded. If you would like to be notified of this please let us know here.

Workshop on repetitive negative thinking and simulation in natural and artificial intelligence @RLDM2022