## 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.