MASTERCLASS NEW PERSPECTIVES ON VISUAL WORKING MEMORY: CONTENT, CAPACITY AND ARCHITECTURE
Wednesday 26 June 2019
Trippenhuis, Kloveniersburgwal 29, Amsterdam

Registration:
Registration is free of charge. The master class is targeted towards graduate students, but others may register and will be included depending on availability.

Speakers:
Current Conceptual Issues in Working Memory - Ed Awh (Chicago)
Current models of visual working memory - Sebastian Schneegans (Cambridge)
Current caveats of modeling human neuroimaging data - Rosanne Rademakers (San Diego)

Contact: Chris Olivers, c.n.l.olivers@vu.nl

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The programme includes room for attendants to present their work, ideas or questions to others in 5-minute pitches. We strongly encourage PhD students to participate. These pitches may be augmented with visuals (e.g. a few core slides). NOTE: It need not be about visual working memory - could be anything of interest to the audience (cognitive psychologists/neuroscientists). If you're in doubt, let us know.
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