Overview > Prior Workshops

Gaze, Bias, Learning: Linking Computation, Neuroscience, and Cognitive Development (Abstracts)
Birkbeck, University of London, London / January 23, 2012
  • Gaia Scerif, University of Oxford - How does attentional control constrain visual short-term memory? Developmental and neural mechanisms
  • Rachel Wu, Birkbeck, University of London - Top-down attentional selection as a marker of learning: An ERP study
  • Thomas Hannagan, University of Provence, CNRS - Modelling cued infant learning: Information or Activation?
  • Eddy Davelaar, Birkbeck, University of London - ADHD is associated with deficits in cognitive control. Or is it?
  • Jochen Triesch, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies - Looking for reward: from gaze following to gaze contingency
  • Jan Lauwereyns, Kyushu University - Eye movements and the intrinsic attraction of information

Gaze, Bias, Learning II: Linking Computation, Neuroscience, and Cognitive Development (Abstracts)
Tamagawa University, Tokyo / March 12, 2012
  • Masamichi Sakagami, Tamagawa University - Multiple neural circuits in value-based decision-making
  • Jan Lauwereyns, Kyushu University - Eye movements and the intrinsic attraction of information
  • Shinsuke Shimojo, California Institute of Technology - Gaze and Visual Preference/Attractiveness
  • Rachel Wu, Birkbeck, University of London - Visual Search for the Familiar and Novel: ERP correlates of matching items and matching categories
  • Shohei Hidaka, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology - Characterizing Attention and Learning from Infant Eye Movements
  • Hideyuki Takahashi, Tamagawa University - The estimation of the sense of agency in infancy from eye movement
  • Takashi Omori, Tamagawa University - Computational modeling of gaze direction decision while driving