Cognition Institute Conference
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Cognition Institute Conference 2018


18-19 June, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth


Two days of talks and workshops from across a range of disciplines covering many aspects of human cognition, including health, learning, and creativity. The conference is free and open to all, specialists and non-specialists, students and professionals. This is an opportunity to come and listen to the latest in research and practice in the field of human cognition, facilitated by the Cognition Institute. We are pleased to have internationally recognised speakers, from national and international institutions, presenting at the conference.

The conference will take place over two days, 18-19 June, with half- and full-day parallel sessions each day. The morning sessions will run from 9:30 to 12:45, and the afternoon sessions will run from 13:30 to 16:45. More details will be made available on this website soon and also in the conference programme, which will be accessible as a download from a link at the top of this page.
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Today's events

Monday 19 June

Parallel session 1, lecture theatre 2

09:30 - 12:45: TBC

13:15 - 16:45: Benchmark phenomena in category learning

Parallel session 2, Jill Craigie Cinema

09:30 - 16:45: Postgraduate Symposium

Tuesday 20 June

Parallel session 1, lecture theatre 2

09:30 - 12:45: Spatial navigation and the enhancement of everyday wayfinding

13:15 - 16:45: The neuro-bio-psycho-social needs of people with brain injuries and their families

Parallel session 2, Jill Craigie Cinema

09:30 - 16:45: Off the Lip 2018 - Crossing the void: Exploring interdisciplinary impact

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