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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 38 & 39

Date Time Title Speaker Room Note
17/9 13:15 Investigating young children's everyday interactions with technology at home and school Susan Danby B533, Norrköping Seminars at "Pedagogiskt arbete". For more and latest information see their website.
17/9 15:15 Sequential Decision Making: Experiment Design, Big Data and Reinforcement Learning Christos Dimitrakakis Visionen IDA Machine Learning Seminars. For more and latest information see their website.
19/9 10:15 Integrated Product Service Offerings for Rail and Road Infrastructure: Reviewing Applicability in Sweden Sofia Lingegård ACAS, A-huset Dissertation. For abstract and more information see DIVA.
19/9 13:00 Assessing cognitive spare capacity as a measure of listening effort using the Auditory Inference Span Test Niklas Rönnberg Victoriasalen, Campus US Dissertation. For abstract and more information see DIVA.
19/9 13:00 Early Predictors of Reading Comprehension Difficulties Åsa Elwér I:101 Dissertation. For abstract and more information see DIVA.
23/9 13:15-15:00 Behavioral and Psychological Symptom with Dementia Hiroko Kase, Waseda University, Tokyo Sal 6002, plan 6, Täppan, Campus Norrköping CEDER-seminar. For more and latest information see their website.
24/9 09:30-16:30 LiU Design Talks Materiallabbet, A-huset För länk till lokal och schema för dagen se program.
24/9 13:15 Fysik på lekplatsen Ann-Marie Pendrill B41, Norrköping Seminars at "Pedagogiskt arbete". For more and latest information see their website.
25/9 10-12 Identiteter och positioneringar i interaktion i testsamtal Maria Rydell ESA: s konferensrum SiS-seminar. 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: 2014-09-17