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Illustration for news: Our Lab's members' participation in the conference "Practices of Development", Krasnoyarsk

Our Lab's members' participation in the conference "Practices of Development", Krasnoyarsk

"Practices of Development" is one of the oldest all-Russian conferences dealing with the problems of developmental psychology, education and pedagogy. Employees of the laboratory of neurobiological foundations of cognitive development took part in the work of the section and organization of the symposium "Development of imagination in children of preschool and school age: cognitive and ontogenetic mechanisms". T. Kotova presented her research "Development of task representation", A. Kotov gave a speech about "The role of speech in the development of representation and imagination" and O. Blazhenkova made a presentation about "Development of types of imagination".

Illustration for news: Neuropsy Lab's Open Day

Neuropsy Lab's Open Day

During the open day holding on the 26th of March our Lab's employees introduced the Laboratory for the Neurobiological Foundations of Cognitive Development.

Illustration for news: Researchers of Neuropsy Lab took part in the virtual Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society

Researchers of Neuropsy Lab took part in the virtual Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society

Members of our laboratory and their colleagues from HSE performed at the 12th annual Budapest CEU online Conference on Cognitive Development (BCCCD22, January 10-14, 2022).

Illustration for news: The new publication of our Lab's members in Frontiers in Psychology | Cognitive Science

The new publication of our Lab's members in Frontiers in Psychology | Cognitive Science

Alexey Kotov and Yulia Sudorgina published an article in "Frontiers in Psychology" on the influence of language on the comprehension and evaluation of judgments.

The new publication of our Lab's employee

Congratulations to Valentina Bachurina and colleagues for their publication "A machine learning investigation of factors that contribute to predicting cognitive performance: Difficulty level, reaction time and eye-movements" in Decision Support Systems.

Illustration for news: Participation of Neuropsy Lab's team in the "School of Real Affairs"

Participation of Neuropsy Lab's team in the "School of Real Affairs"

Anastasiia Liashenko, Zhanna Chuikova, Asya Istomina, and Margarita Yashina, members of Neuropsy Lab, took part in the international project competition, called "School of Real Affairs", within the framework of which gave students an opportunity to try themselves in the science field.

Illustration for news: An event for schoolchildren

An event for schoolchildren

On November 18, an educational event for older teenagers took place on the territory of our laboratory.

Interview with Alexis Kouzalis about his life in Russia

Alexis Kouzalis, a first-year Ph.D. student at the HSE University School of Psychology, told about his reasons for coming to Moscow and his family's ties with the Soviet Union, and also shared his personal aspirations in the study of neuroscience, his professional achievements, and some interesting observations on life in the Russian capital.

Illustration for news: Scientific seminar for schoolers “Psychology and neuroscience”

Scientific seminar for schoolers “Psychology and neuroscience”

Annotation: Last Sunday (19.09) we held a seminar for school children. Members of Neuropsy Lab gave young visitors lectures about various brain studies and their application in psychology.

Illustration for news: Researchers of Neuropsy Lab took part at the virtual Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society

Researchers of Neuropsy Lab took part at the virtual Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society

Our Laboratory staff together with colleagues from HSE (Saint Petersburg) and University of California, Irvine, spoke at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 27-29 July 2021.