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Feb

28

Wednesday

Does the COVIS model provide an effective account of human category learning?

1.00pm

Seminars

Public

Series: Psychology research seminars

This seminar will be presented by Dr. Fraser Milton (University of Exeter).


Other talks in the series:

  • Feb 7th: Dr. Chia-Jung Tsay, UCL School of Management; Title: "The Visual Judgment of Performance".
  • Feb 21st: Dr. Sarah Garfinkel, University of Sussex; Title: “Hearts and Minds: Cardiac afferent signals guide emotion and memory”.
  • Feb 28th: Dr. Fraser Milton, School of Psychology, University of Exeter; Title: “Does the COVIS model provide an effective account of human category learning?”.
  • Mar 14th: Dr. Andreas Kappes, City, University of London; Title: "Forming beliefs about ourselves, others and the world: Why valence matters".
  • Mar 21st: Dr. Chris Summerfield, Oxford University; Title: "Computational rationality in human decision-making".
  • Mar 28th: Dr. Paul Mullins, Bangor University; Title: “Do you want to measure neurotransmitter dynamics in vivo, in real time? Functional magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (fMRS) - Theory and practicalities”.
  • Apr 11th: Dr. James Yearsley, City, University of London; Title: “Towards a computational model of decision making errors and biases”.

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When & where

1.00pm - 2.00pmWednesday 28th February 2018

D427 Social Sciences Building City, University of London St John Street London EC1V 0HB United Kingdom