Natalia Zhozhikashvili won the HSE competition for young scientists!
Congratulations to Natalia Zhozhikashvili on winning the competition for young scientists at the HSE, held as a part of the strategic project "Success and independence of a person in a changing world."
ECR Conference in Vienna
Asya Istomina has presented our laboratory at the ECR conference holding in Vienna.
A member of the Neuropsy Lab took part in the MCLS2022 conference holding in Belgium
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.
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).
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.
Winning the contest Think Cognitive Think Science (TCTS-2021)
Congratulations to fellow researcher Zherdeva Maria on participation and winning the TCTS-2021 contest in the nomination «Best scientific tutorials (MILNER)».
Current studies of our laboratory were presented at the I National Congress on Cognitive Research, Artificial Intelligence and Neuroinformatics
The IX International Conference on Cognitive Sciences was held on October 10-16. It was based on the I National Congress on Cognitive Research, Artificial Intelligence and Neuroinformatics at the Russian Academy of Science.
Neuropsy Lab researcher Tatyana Kotova spoke about the cognitive development of infants and social learning.
A note from our colleague about the cognitive development of infants appeared in the media.
What do we teach babies, and what can they learn by themselves? How does this process in humans differ from the transfer of skills in animals? A cognitive psychologist Tatyana Kotova explains these questions.