Asya Istomina presented Neuropsy Lab at the international conference Mathematical Cognition and Learning Society in Loughborough, UK
Asya Istomina participated in the 6th annual conference of the Mathematical Cognition and Learning Society (MCLS), which took place from June 5th to 8th in Loughborough, United Kingdom.
A new article "Ordering motivation and Likert scale ratings: When a numeric scale is not necessarily better"
Research Assistant Yulia Sudorgina, co-authored with Yulia Tyumeneva, Alexandra Kislenkova (Institute of Education, HSE) and Maria Lebedeva (Pushkin Institute) published an article in the Quantitative Psychology and Measurement section of the Frontiers in Psychology.
Asya Istomina, the member of our Lab successfully presented a report called "Exploring brain responses to division problems of various difficulty in adolescents" at the MCLS2022 conference.
"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".
Alexey Kotov and Yulia Sudorgina published an article in "Frontiers in Psychology" on the influence of language on the comprehension and evaluation of judgments.
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.
Laboratory members received support for research on "The development of types of imagination in preschool children: cognitive and ontogenetic mechanisms".
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.
The Sixth Conference «Cognitive Science in Moscow: New Research» was held in June, 23-24.
Neuropsy Lab and new Master's program "Science of Learning and Assessment" invite you to an open lecture by Dr. Marie Arsalidou "Building a Better Brain".