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Cognitive Science at Linköping University

Linköping university together with the national research institutes and companies in the region comprise one of the most active areas for Cognitive Science research and education in Sweden.

Calendar for week 36 & 37

Date Time Title Speaker Room Note
1/9 16:00-17:00 Multimodal Visualization of the Human Brain Timo Ropinski Wrannesalen, CMIV Neuro Club. For more and latest information see their website.
2/9 13:15 Interactional routines and explicit instruction in adult-child and child-child interactions in Japanese Matthew Burdelski Lethe, Tema-huset For more information contact eva.danielsson@liu.se
3/9 17-19 Where the action is. Notes on interaction architecture Heiko Hausendorf KY21 Higher seminar Forskningsmiljön Språk och kultur i Europa. For more and latest information see their website.
5/9 10:00 Rethinking sound. Computer-assisted reading intervention with a phonics approach for deaf and hard of hearing children using cochlear implants or hearing aids Cecilia Nakeva von Mentzer Key1 Dissertation. For abstract and more information see DIVA.
5/9 13:15-15:00 The invisible voices: Understanding the sociocultural influences on adult migrants' second language Mozhgan Zachrison K3, Kåkenhus Dissertation. For more information contact eva.rehnholm@liu.se
10/9 12:15-13:00 Lärande på arbetsplatsen Maria Gustavsson I:101 IBLs lunchföreläsningar. For more and latest information see their website.

For previous and upcoming seminars, see Event calendar

Featured Research

Research group for developmental psychology (FUP)

Research in the FUP research group focus on cognitive and socio-emotional development. Special interests are cognition, communication and vulnerability. Members of the FUP research group teaches at undergraduate level (e.g. the psychology programme, the social work programme, and the cognitive science programme as well as single-subject courses in psychology and disability studies).

FUP cooperates with various disciplines such as pediatrics, audiology, economy, law, sociology, linguistics, education, cognitive science and social work. The research group also has contacts with various civil service agencies and institutions (for instance the Swedish Handicap Institute), the judicial system, the social services, state-owned and civil services concerning migration, integration, traffic and transport issues, caregiving services and the educational system.

FUP is connected to the division of Psychology

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Last updated: 2014-08-27