Recent years have seen an increased interest in combining behavioral observation with neurophysiological measurements in many areas of human cognition and language. Moreover recent statistical computing environments have been showing a great potential for sophisticated analysis of a variety of data in several fields.

Having this in mind, 2020(21) will offer three pre-conference workshops on tools and methodologies with a great applicability in several fields, among which the study of language and communication.  

The following pre-conference workshops have been scheduled:

– ‘Mixed Effect Models using R’ July 6th, 2021

Giorgio Arcara – Head of Neurophysiology Lab at IRCCS San Camillo Hospital, Venice (Italy).

– ‘The Event-Related Potentials (ERP) technique applied to the study of language’ – July 7th, 2021

Paolo Canal – Scuola Universitaria Superiore IUSS, Pavia (Italy).

 ‘Eye-movements in the visual context’ – July 7th, 2021

Francesca Foppolo – Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, Milano (Italy).

Please note each workshop can accomodate a limited amount of participants.

For any information regarding 2020(21) and the pre-conference workshops: 2020(21) is organized in collaboration with 
Group on Inferential Processes in Social Interaction (GIPSI)
and under the patronage of the Department of Psychology and the University of Turin

Click here for: 2020(21)  Registration  

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