## About the Group

The 'Mathematical and Computational Psychology' Research and Study Group was formed as a result of the Research Team Project Competition (НУГ) 2018 held by the HSE Academic Fund Programme. The group consists of graduate and undergraduate students and is supervised by T. Sawada, assistant professor of the School of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences. The group is aimed at studying the human visual system and visual perception in our everyday life using VR/AR technologies and psychophysical, computational, mathematical approaches.

## Public talk "Seeing the impossible"

Tadamasa Sawada from the scientific group "Mathematical and Computational Psychology" gave a public talk "Seeing the impossible" on 02. November. 2019

## Conference presentations in Psy-Вышка 2019

3 talks were presented from the scientific group "Mathematical and Computational Psychology" in Psy-Вышка 2019.

## Seminar "Neural substrates underlying the stereo 3D perception: An fMRI meta-analysis study"

The scientific group "Mathematical and Computational Psychology" organized a seminar "Neural substrates underlying the stereo 3D perception: An fMRI meta-analysis study" on 25. October. 2019.

## Seminar for Introductory Probability "Bayes' theorem"

The scientific group "Mathematical and Computational Psychology" organized a seminar for Introductory Probability "Bayes' theorem" on 17. October. 2019.

## Seminar for Introductory Probability "Likelihood"

The scientific group "Mathematical and Computational Psychology" organized a seminar for Introductory Probability "Likelihood" on 17. October. 2019.

## Seminar for Introductory Probability "Continuous probability 2"

The scientific group "Mathematical and Computational Psychology" organized a seminar for Introductory Probability "Continuous probability 2" on 10. October. 2019.

## Seminar for Introductory Probability "Continuous probability 1"

The scientific group "Mathematical and Computational Psychology" organized a seminar for Introductory Probability "Continuous probability 1" on 10. October. 2019.

## Seminar for Introductory Probability "Discrete probability"

The scientific group "Mathematical and Computational Psychology" organized a seminar for Introductory Probability "Discrete probability" on 16. September. 2019.

## Seminar for Introductory Probability "Permutations and Combinations"

The scientific group "Mathematical and Computational Psychology" organized a seminar for Introductory Probability "Permutations and Combinations" on 16. September. 2019.

## Conference presentations in ECVP 2019

1 poster and 1 talk were presented from the scientific group "Mathematical and Computational Psychology" in ECVP 2019.