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MMN2018 conference abstract submission has opened!
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On November 24th, 2017, a one-day symposium "Dyslexia, brain, and cognition - current questions" will be organized at the University of Helsinki, Finland. The symposium organized by the Cognitive Brain Research Unit (CBRU) and the Cicero Learning Network is open to scholars and students free of charge. It aims to offer a glance at the current research topics and novel findings on developmental dyslexia in the fields of, e.g., cognitive neuroscience, neuropsychology, and genetics, with a focus on the developing language and reading skills during childhood. Preliminary speaker list includes, e.g.,
Prof. Juha Kere, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
Prof. Paavo Leppänen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Prof. Marja Laasonen, University of Turku, Finland
Dr. Sari Ylinen, University of Helsinki, Finland
Dr. Jarkko Hautala, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
The symposium also welcomes poster presentations around the topics of dyslexia and reading skills. Registrations and poster submissions (abstracts of max 200 words) are received via an online form here: https://elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/82796/lomake.html. The deadline for the poster abstracts is October 31, 2017. Information on poster acceptance will be announced in the beginning of November. Registrations to the symposium should be done by November 15, 2017. The final program of the symposium will be published during October.
http://acii2017.org/demos Pleased to announce that we will be demoing our "emotion sleeve" at ACII 2017 in October, yay!!
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There's a neural link between generosity and happiness
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Hellooo friends! It's been a busy spring with workshops and conferences abroad, gathering data, and applying for new funding. It has all been fun, challenging, and luckily a success. I'm super-happy to tell you that a new, approx. 1,5 million research project we're heading has received funding from Tekes! Three universities and 10 very cool companies. Looking forward to doing research with this new amazing consortium :)