ESCoP Symposium at the International Convention of Psychological Science

22.12.2014
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Implicit Learning: Mechanisms, Computations and Systems

Co-Chairs: Paul J. ReberNorthwestern University & Axel CleeremansUniversité Libre de Bruxelles

Speakers: 

Beat MeierInstitute of Psychology and Center for Cognition, Learning and Memory, University of Bern: Necessary and sufficient conditions for implicit sequence learning: Evidence from a task sequence learning paradigm

Barbara J. KnowltonUCLA Department of Psychology: Interleaved learning of motor sequences and generalization of sequence knowledge (Co-Authors: Renee ShimizuUCLA Department of Psychology, Allan WuUCLA Department of Neurology)

Dezso NemethDepartment of Clinical Psychology and Addiction, Institute of Psychology, Eotvos Loránd University: Competitive neurocognitive networks underlying sequence learning (Co-Author: Karolina JanacsekDepartment of Clinical Psychology and Addiction, Institute of Psychology, Eotvos Loránd University)

Arnaud DestrebecqzDepartment of Psychology, Université Libre de Bruxelles: What is the basis of human associative learning?                

Abstract: Implicit learning is often described as extracting the statistical structure of the environment from experience, but the environment is complex and the calculable statistics could easily explode exponentially. How this problem is overcome illuminates the mechanisms of this form of memory and how it interacts with conscious, explicit memory.

- About ICPS –

Inaugural International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS)

12-14 March 2015 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

www.icps-2015.org

The Association for Psychological Science and the members of the Initiative for Integrative Psychological Science invite the international community of psychological scientists and related disciplines to a major new event: the International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS). ICPS attendees will hear the latest scientific findings across several broad themes, and through the unique pairing of Integrative Science Symposia and methodological workshops, will learn valuable skills to further the body of knowledge in ways that are only possible through an integrative approach. ICPS speakers are among the world's most distinguished scientists and form an innovative, first-of-its-kind program in psychological science and its connections with related disciplines, including neuroscience, economics, sociology, anthropology, and linguistics. The keynote speakers are Stanislas DehaeneGeorge Lakoff, and Terrie E. Moffitt.