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Meetings

Our laboratory has weekly meetings. There we discuss current studies, recent findings or any other interesting information from our colleagues. But still the biggest part of this meeting given to presentations of studies conducted by our laboratory members; it might  be intermediate results, final discussion or even discussion of a recent idea. 

Mostly these meetings aimed to increase research activity and maintain scientific discussion among laboratory colleagues.

We are very welcome to our guests from other laboratories who want to join our meetings! 

 

10 February 2016 

  • Roman Vakhrushev gave a talk about his studies with RSVP task and Summary Statistics Perception(SSP), and his further plans for his study.
  • Maria Builatova and Maria Yrevich presented last year experiment where they investigated visual working memory.
  • Igor Utochkin made a talk about his new studies that are about to start.

 

11 February 2016

  • Igor Utochkin told us about his visit to Harvard university in Boston US to Jeremy Wolfe laboratory. Also, he talked about the results of this collaboration and his plans on joint studies between Moscow and Boston.
  • Nastia Belinskaya and Natalia Turia presented their intermediate results of recent experiments, also they discuss another experiment which becomes final in this study.

25 February 2016

  • Natalia Turin told about her Ph.D. experiments.
  • Elena Gorbunova present her current project, its results and followed experiment. She investigates subsequent search misses.

3 March 2016

  • Yura Markov talked about results he received in three experiment on the effect of feature compression in visual working memory.
  • Igor Utochkin made a presentation about his collaboration with Boston colleague Hee Yeon Im about their new study on  a categorization of Summary Statistic.

17 March 2016

  • Roman Vakhrushev gives a talk about his study and about problems he faced during data interpretation.
  • Natalya Turina discussed with colleagues a Facebook smiles and experiments that might be conducting by using them.

 

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