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Our Lab's members participation in the 8th International Symposium on Brain and Cognitive Science in Turkey

Our Lab's members gave a speech on the 8th International Symposium on Brain and Cognitive Science in Koç University (Istanbul, Turkey).

Our Lab's members participation in the 8th International Symposium on Brain and Cognitive Science in Turkey

Members of the Neuropsy Lab presented three poster presentations at the 8th International Cognitive Science Symposium (ISBCS2022), which was held online on 29th of May, 2022. The symposium was organized by the Departments of Psychology, Philosophy and Computer Science at Koç University in Istanbul and is a regular symposium on cognitive science in Turkey. The main topics at the symposium this year were: the evolution and ontogeny of social representation, the relationship between language, categorization and perception, the neural mechanisms of attention and thinking. Members of our laboratory (Kotov A., Shkurenko T.) presented three reports in collaboration with a colleague (Blazhenkova O.) from Sabanci University (Istanbul, Turkey). The reports were linked to the projects supported by scientific foundations (RFBR) and the Higher School of Economics (Competition of Project Groups).
Aslanov A., Kotov A. Labels make explanations more convincing: example of categories of antisocial behavior.
Shkurenko T., Aslanov A., Kotova T., Kotov A. Words with emotional semantics as feedback affect learning of rule defined categories, but not non-rule defined categories.
Blazhenkova O., Kotova T., Kotov A. Understanding of imagery and its development by parents, specialists working with children, and laypeople.