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The Craik Journal Club

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Named after Kenneth Craik, one of the earliest practitioners of cognitive science, the Craik Journal Club is a biweekly online meeting providing an informal forum for anybody interested in debating cognitive psychology and neuroscience articles related to human perception, memory and decision making.

Our sessions will take place on Wednesdays at 2 pm for one hour (Zoom link: It is also possible to attend our journal club in person. The usual venue for our meetings is the Kenneth Craik Seminar Room in the Craik-Marshall Building (Downing Site). To receive information about each upcoming meeting, you can subscribe to our Cambridge mailing list (

Each meeting will focus on a single paper, which will be announced one week ahead. Although the meetings will have a leading host who will introduce key aspects of the paper, we will encourage collective and active discussions of the article by all present. Indeed, the ideal scenario is that everybody will read the paper (at least roughly) in advance, so that we can together clarify its important points, ponder about possible improvements, and relate the findings to other studies and wider literature.

To keep things informal, we encourage people to work off the paper in hand instead of using prepared presentation slides. The journal club is open to everybody from the University of Cambridge community. Please, do let us know if you would be interested in being a leading host for one of our meetings. For any further information, please contact the journal club organisers: Adam Triabhall ( and Ivan Tomic (

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