Thoughts and Reactions: Cognition, Learning, and Technology across the Lifespan
March 6-7, 2019
Studying the processes involved in knowledge acquisition and the roles that multi-sensory perception play in learning is increasingly inter- and transdisciplinary. This workshop brought together scholars from psychology, philosophy, communication studies, and learning science to share thoughts on and reactions to the ways in which advances in technology are implicated in cognition, learning, and perception. The event involved a 2-day workshop with panels, conversation, and hands-on engagement.
PsyLinCS UTM: Building Synergies between Psychology, Language Studies, and Computer Science
September 7, 2019
This goal of this workshop was to showcase existing work and promote new research collaborations at the intersection of the fields of Psychology, Linguistics, and Computer Science by faculty and students.
The workshop included oral and poster presentations by faculty, students, and postdocs from across the Greater Toronto Area, as well as keynote talks by Suzanne Stevenson (University of Toronto Department of Computer Science) and Bob McMurray (University of Iowa, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences).
PCL chats, aka "Pickle Chats"
|Oct 4||Bruce Schneider|
1. Caitlin Tozios
2. Angela Cooper and Natalie Fecher
1. Raheleh Saryazdi
2. Barend Beekhuizen
|Nov 29||Keisuke Fukuda|
|Jan 8||Poster Day|
|Feb 5||Akina Umemoto|
|Mar 12||Keisuke Fukuda|
|May 7||Kathleen Pichora-Fuller|
|Sept 23||Haley Kragness|
|Oct 21||Thomas St. Pierre|
|Nov 4||Grad Student Data Blitz|
|Jan 13||Annual Trainee Poster Session|
|Feb 21||Tim Bressmann|
|Mar 20||Felix Desmeules-Trudel|
PCL chats are currently on hold due to COVID19 measures. Please check back for updates.