Summer School Feedback
Dear participants in the 27th International Summer School in Cognitive Science,
we hope that you have enjoyed the summer school lectures this year despite the online format.
As is usual, we ask you at the end of it to give us feedback in order to understand better your experience, to evaluate the extent to which the school may have been useful or exciting for you, and ask for your suggestions for the future.
Please, take a few moments to answer the questions below.
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What is your current academic status?
Undergraduate/ Bachelor Student
University lecturer (faculty)
What is your primary academic field?
Which lectures did you attend (multiple choices are possible)
Gregor Schoener, Dynamic Field Theory
Ivo Vlaev, Behavior Change & Cognition
Nora Newcombe, Spatial Development & Cognition
Steve Piantadosi, Learning as Programming
Daniel Wolpert, Computational Sensorimotor Motor
What is your overall assessment of the lectures you attended (on a scale from 1 "so-so" to 5 "excellent")?
What is your view of the interaction during the lectures? (on a scale from 1 "so-so" to 5 "excellent")?
Please, tell us in what way the summer school was useful for you on your academic path?
Would you recommend the summer school to others? (on a scale from 1 "not at all" to 5 "definitely")?
Are you interested in attending the summer school next year in 2022?
Please, tell us how we can make the summer school even better next year? Feel free to write at length. You can tell us about topics to cover, the format of the sessions, specific lecturers, or anything else that comes to mind.
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