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Vision Journal Club: Opposite Effects of Recent History on Perception and Decision

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This week David Aagten-Murphy will lead the discussion about the following paper by Matthias Fritsche, Pim Mostert, Floris P. de Lange: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0960982217300064

Fritsche, M., Mostert, P., & de Lange, F, P. (2016). Opposite Effects of Recent History on Perception and Decision. Current Biology.

NB: THIS WEEK WE WILL BE IN THE CRAIK -MARSHALL ROOM AND WE WILL START AT 11 :00!!

About the meeting: In the interest of fostering communication, collaboration and discussion between more members of the department we have decided to commence a Vision Journal Club. The meeting is on Fridays and will begin promptly at 11.00am at the Craik-Marshall room and run for an hour only. The idea of this weekly meeting is to provide an informal venue for vision-interested researchers to collectively mull over various vision-related articles. Unlike other talks or colloquiums, the idea of these meetings is not to passively sit in the audience and be informed about a topic of research by an expert in the field, but instead to have a collection of people who have all read the article get together and work through the article, clarify important points and discuss the implications. While each meeting will have a host – someone to keep things (roughly) on track – the emphasis will be on group discussion of the paper.

This talk is part of the Vision Science Journal Club series.

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