Previous Research Workshops

From 1998 onwards

  • Lexical aspects of language production (4 September 1998).
  • Motor control: Issues and approaches (6 January, 1999).
  • Alan Baddeley’s theory and practice: A User’s Guide (8 July, 1999).
  • Crossmodal attention and multisensory integration (1/2 October, 1999).
  • Associative learning and representation – A workshop for N J Mackintosh (9 July, 2002).
  • Attention in action (13-14 September, 2002) jointly funded by EPS and the BBS Centre.
  • Neuropsychology of ageing (Worcester, 28-30 May, 2003) organised by Patrick Rabbitt.
  • Speed, control and age: In honour of Patrick Rabbitt (28-29 June, 2004).
  • Language processes and executive functions (17-18 September 2004).
  • Speech and auditory processing in developmental disorders. Evidence from brain event-related potentials (22-24 September 2004).
  • Theory in cognitive psychology: A festschrift for John Morton (2-3 September 2005).
  • The role of time in short-term memory. (3-4 November 2005).
  • Associative learning and reinforcement learning (3 April 2006).
  • Dynamics of information processing: Choice, attention, emotion (30 June 2006).
  • The role of orthographies in reading and spelling (20-21 September 2006).
  • The method of computational modelling: A practical introduction (30 May 2007).
  • Attention in Autism Spectrum Disorders: A synthesis of current approaches and future directions (12 November 2007).
  • New directions in word learning (17-18 April 2008)
  • Lifespan development of memory and language: A festschrift for Philip Smith (July 2008)
  • The development of executive functions (30-31 August 2008)
  • The neuropsychology of perception and action: A festschrift for Professor David Milner (6 September 2008)
  • Theory of mind: A workshop in celebration of Premack and Woodruff’s seminal paper (11-12 September 2008)
  • Dance and cognitive neuroscience (7 January 2009)
  • Cultural effects on the mental number line (July 2009)
  • The representation of abstract words (January 2010)
  • Psycholinguistic approaches to speech recognition in adverse listening conditions (8-10 March 2010)
  • The development of body representations over the lifespan (29-30 March 2010)
  • Visual (M)organisations of space-time (in honour of Michael Morgan) (20 August 2010)
  • The relativity of value: From science to policy (September 2010)
  • Serial and parallel processing in reading (October 2010)
  • Promoting excellence in the use of event-related potentials in psychological research: A hands-on neuroimaging workshop (November 2010)
  • Insights into language processing from comparative studies or disorders and normal development (April 2011)
  • Expertise as revealed by oculomotor behaviour (April 2011)
  • Multidisciplinary studies of lexical processing: A workshop for William Marslen-Wilson (June 2011)
  • The role of practical classes in the teaching of Psychology (celebration of Richard Gregory’s life) (July 2011)
  • Cortical and subcortical functions in complex behaviour: A workshop in honour of David Gaffan (September 2011)
  • What if … the study of language started from the investigation of signed, rather than spoken, languages? (January 2012)
  • Attention and memory: Mechanisms of selection and maintenance (April 2012)
  • Linear mixed effects modelling in R (August 2012)
  • The dynamics of conversational engagement: An interdisciplinary perspective (September 2012)
  • Space, time and number: 20 years of research (February 2013)
  • Language in developmental and acquired disorders: Future directions (June 2013)
  • Measuring multi-person timing: State of the art methods and analyses (September 2013)
  • Cue integration: models, mechanisms and development (September 2013)
  • Forecasting, monitoring, controlling: Dealing with a dynamic world (September 2013)
  • ‘Meet the experts’ and ’round table’ events at CogDev 2013 (September 2013)
  • Noisy brains? The role of internal noise in typical and atypical development (September 2013)
  • Cognitive ageing (March 2014)
  • Best practice in EEG and TMS research (April 2014)
  • Vestibular cognition (June 2014)
  • The reflexive self (September 2014)
  • Workshop in honour of Professor Jon Driver and his influence in mentoring others (January 2015)
  • Where’s the ouch? Distinguishing social and physical pain (June 2015)
  • Gesture in language development (July 2015)
  • EPS regret workshop (February 2016)
  • EPS science of magic (February 2016)
  • Oculomotor Readiness and Covert Attention (ORCA) (April 2016)
  • Novel approaches to Independent Component Analysis (ICA) of resting-state and task-based fMRI data (July 2016)
  • Using eye movements to study literacy development in children (August 2016)
  • Event representations in episodic and semantic memory (January 2017)
  • Modularity in time perception and timed behaviour (January 2017)
  • Multidisciplinary approaches to understanding social communication development and disorder (February 2017)
  • Recent developments in the neuroscience of symmetry perception (June 2017)
  • Forgetting: A forgotten issue? (June 2017)
  • Accelerating the impact of research into sensorimotor learning (July 2017)
  • The emerging social neuroscience of human-robot interaction (August 2017)

 

The EPS has also supported

  • First Portuguese forum of experimental psychology (27-29 October, 2004)

The fMRI experience (15-16 September 2005)