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Illustration for news: Our colleague held an online open lecture about experiments in psychology as part of the Sirius.Home project

Our colleague held an online open lecture about experiments in psychology as part of the Sirius.Home project

The Sirius Educational Center encouraged students to use their time productively during quarantine and launched the «Sirius.Home» project, open educational broadcasts held by experts from different fields of science. Our colleague, Roman Tikhonov, told about five myths related to experiments in psychology.

Illustration for news: Neuropsy Lab member, Andrei Faber, held an online open lecture about the human brain

Neuropsy Lab member, Andrei Faber, held an online open lecture about the human brain

The Sirius Educational Center encouraged students to use their time productively during quarantine and launched the «Sirius.Home» project, open educational broadcasts held by experts from different fields of science. Our colleague from Neuropsy Lab told what scientists know about the brain and discussed the most popular myths about the brain.

Illustration for news: Valentina Bachurina held a series of online lectures on brain research as part of the Sirius.Home project

Valentina Bachurina held a series of online lectures on brain research as part of the Sirius.Home project

The Sirius Educational Center encouraged students to use their time productively during quarantine and launched the «Sirius.Home» project, open educational broadcasts held by experts from different fields of science. Our colleague from Neuropsy Lab contributed to the project and held three lectures on brain research.

Illustration for news: A team member of Neuropsy Lab is a winner of science essay competition NEISSER

A team member of Neuropsy Lab is a winner of science essay competition NEISSER

A member of our research team, Maria Fedotova, became a winner of the NEISSER competition of scientific essays TCTS-2020 with a topic “Can children learn from a humanoid robot, and what does this say about the evolution of learning?”

Illustration for news: Kseniia Konopkina participated in the international conference Cognitive Science Arena at Brixen-Bressanone (Italy)

Kseniia Konopkina participated in the international conference Cognitive Science Arena at Brixen-Bressanone (Italy)

Our lab member Kseniia participated in the international conference Cognitive Science Arena (CSA). The conference was held in Brixen-Bressanone (Italy) on February 7-8th, 2020 at the Faculty of Education, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano.

Illustration for news: Maria Nosyreva held a seminar on fMRI meta-analysis approaches

Maria Nosyreva held a seminar on fMRI meta-analysis approaches

A seminar on modern methods of functional neuroimaging meta-analysis was held in Neuropsy Lab. An overview of main approaches, their advantages and disadvantages were given. The new NeuroQuery program was discussed as well.

Illustration for news: Neuropsy Lab researcher Tatyana Kotova spoke about the cognitive development of infants and social learning.

Neuropsy Lab researcher Tatyana Kotova spoke about the cognitive development of infants and social learning.

A note from our colleague about the cognitive development of infants appeared in the media.
What do we teach babies, and what can they learn by themselves? How does this process in humans differ from the transfer of skills in animals? A cognitive psychologist Tatyana Kotova explains these questions.

Illustration for news: Neuropsy Lab held an open lecture at Moscow school on brain research

Neuropsy Lab held an open lecture at Moscow school on brain research

Laboratory for the Neurobiological Foundations of Cognitive Development holds lectures in Moscow schools as a part of the "Meet a Scientist" project. The head of laboratory Marie Arsalidou visited school 1501 in the center region of Moscow with an open lecture in English language. Students from grades 8–11 learnt how the human brain works, which parts of the brain are involved in solving mathematical problems. Moreover, they took an opportunity to receive an answers to their questions directly from the scientist.

Illustration for news: Neuropsy Lab invites you to participate in an eye tracking study

Neuropsy Lab invites you to participate in an eye tracking study

Neuropsy Lab conducts a research on mental-attentional capacity using cutting edge neuroimaging techniques. Eye-tracking technology is a growing field used to detect eye movements and analyze human processing of visual information. Combining eye gaze analysis with independent cognitive measures can help us to understand key processes underlying in solving cognitive tasks.

Illustration for news: Marie Arsalidou held an open lecture at Moscow school on brain research in the field of cognitive sciences

Marie Arsalidou held an open lecture at Moscow school on brain research in the field of cognitive sciences

Laboratory for the Neurobiological Foundations of Cognitive Development holds lectures in Moscow schools as a part of the "Meet a Scientist" project. The head of laboratory Marie Arsalidou visited school 192 in the center region of Moscow with an open lecture in English language. Students from grades 8–11 learnt how the human brain works, which parts of the brain are involved in solving mathematical problems. Moreover, they took an opportunity to receive an answers to their questions directly from the scientist.


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