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Book
2023 Fifth International Conference Neurotechnologies and Neurointerfaces (CNN), 18-20 september.2023

Корякина М. М., Агранович О. Е., Bermúdez-Margaretto B. et al.

IEEE, 2023.

Article
Regionally specific cortical lateralization of abstract and concrete verb processing: Magnetic mismatch negativity study

Ulanov M., Kopytin G., Bermúdez-Margaretto B. et al.

Neuropsychologia. 2024. Vol. 195. P. 1-14.

Book chapter
The Effect of Internet Shutdowns on Protest Activity in India: an Empirical Investigation

Evgeny Sedashov, Belenkov Vadim, Valeria Koncha.

In bk.: 16th International Conference Management of large-scale system development (MLSD). IEEE, 2023. P. 1-4.

Working paper
Stress Resilience (Proprioceptive and Verbal Individual Differences) in Onco-Patients, Sportsmen and Controls

Liutsko L., Malova Y., Vinokurova E. et al.

public health and health services. 20944. MDPI, 2023

Jeremy M. Wolfe: Hybrid Search: How Long-term Memories Interact with Visual Search

On October 28, 2014 Jeremy M. Wolfe (Harvard Medical School, USA) spoke on ‘Hybrid Search: How Long-term Memories Interact with Visual Search’
Abstract
When you open your eyes on a new scene, you immediately see something. You can understand the basic ‘gist’ of that scene within a fraction of a second. You can remember that seen for days after a just a few seconds exposure. Nevertheless, we can easily show that you are ‘blind’ or at least remarkably amnesic about very basic aspects of what you have just seen. I will attempt to explain this seemingly contradictory collection of abilities and limits. Moreover, I will discuss the impact of these aspects of normal human vision and attention on important tasks like airport security and cancer screening.