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Seminar Series

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Winter 2022

14th January 2022 - 3-7 pm.
WEBINAR: Seeing Pictures and Seeing Things
Hosted by: Neuroscience & Humanities Lab, University of Parma
Session1 Session2 Session3

19 Gennaio 2022, 4:30 pm
Elena Marini e Alessandra Barbon (Università di Padova, DPG)
Contextual modulation in contrast perception: the role of flankers contrast.
[ video ]

16 Febbraio 2022, 4:30 pm
Jan Willem DeGee (Baylor College of Medicine, Huston, United States)
Brainstem modulation of cortical decision-computations and behavior.

9 Marzo 2022, 4:30 pm
Jasna Martinovic (University of Edinburgh, UK)
Masking, crowding and grouping: Connecting low and mid-level vision.

13 April 2022
TBA


Visual Properties Driving Visual Preference

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Visual Properties Driving Visual Preference (VPDVP) workshop

Due to the COVID-19 situation across the world, the last two workshop were online. In 2022 we will try an hybrid meeting with some presence and some online presentations.

More information, including the recordings of the talks, is available on the VPDVP site: https://www.bertamini.org/lab/vpdvp.html


Archive

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Autumn 2021

30th November 2021 - Marco Gandolfo (Donders Institute for Brain cognition and behaviou)
Boundary extension is constrained by naturalistic image properties [ video ]

Spring 2021

1st March 2021 - Francesca Talamini (University of Innsbruck)
Short-term memory performance in musicians and nonmusicians: the role of sensory modality, material type and contour.  [ video ]

12th April 2021 - Olivia Guest (Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging at Radboud University, Netherlands)
How computational modeling can force theory building in psychological science [ video ]

3rd May 2021 - Marcello Maniglia (University of California, Riverside)
Neural plasticity of the perceptual and oculomotor systems in pathological and simulated central vision loss [ video ]

24th May 2021 - Gianluca Campana (University of Padova)
Ensemble representations beyond simple statistics [ video ]

31st May 2021 - Mauro Manassi (University of Aberdeen)
The Multi-level Paradox of Visual Crowding video ]