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The 10th ACME Research Seminar

The members of the 'Attention, Computational Models and Eye Movements' (ACME) Research and Study Group conducted the 10th Research Seminar dedicated to temporal aspects of the traditional Posner cueing paradigm.

Tatiana Malevich presented the results of a series of experiments conducted as a part of the ACME project Temporal ambiguity of onsets in a cueing task prevents facilitation but not inhibition of return. These results will be published as a paper in the journal Attention, Peception, and Psychophysics.

Also, the head of the ACME Group Dr. Joe MacInnes (Associate Professor, School of Psychology) presented the results of the ACME research on spatiotopic and retinotopic coordinated of Inhibition of Return.

The presentations are available here: Malevich
                                                      MacInnes

The event took place October 20, 2017, at 4/2 Armyanskyj per., room 414.