WHENFebruary 12, 2017 9:30am - 1pmWHERE
WHONYU Abu Dhabi InstituteOpen to the Public
Our subjective experience of the visual world is rich and detailed. However, our ability to hold information in mind, known as working memory, is very limited. Working memory plays a critical role in our daily lives; yet, there is still much that we do not understand. Progress in this area requires integrating findings across methodologies and disciplines. This symposium brings together experts in neuroscience, psychology, and cognitive science from across the globe in order to foster collaboration and communication on this vital topic, and tackle questions that are both theoretically important and of interest to the general public.
Convened by Kartik Sreenivasan, Assistant Professor of Psychology, NYUAD
Daryl Fougnie, Assistant Professor of Psychology, NYUAD
Clayton Curtis, Associate Professor of Psychology and Neural Science, NYU
Hosted by NYU Abu Dhabi Institute
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