Researchers from HSE University and Harvard University have found that the speed of finding an item with a unique combination of features is not affected by the ease with which these items can be grouped by features. Such results are predicted by theories of parallel attention control. The study is published in the Journal of Vision.
Thursday, May 26
Master class 'Research in Economics of Multi-sided Platforms' by Prof. Eduardo Pontual Ribeiro
Luciana Forti to speak on 'L2 Phraseology Research in Light of Potential Applications to Second Language Pedagogy'
Dr. Suresh Kumarasamy 'Birth of Strange nonchaotic Attractors Nonlinear Dynamical Systems'
Friday, May 27
Christian Kahl to speak on 'Hidden Champions in Kazakhstan'