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Fechner Day, 2017

Posted by Admin on Sunday, October 29, 2017, In : Conferences 
The Psychophysics lab and collaborators celebrated Fechner Day at the Mexican Cafe.


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Research Collaboration

Posted by Admin on Wednesday, October 4, 2017, In : Conferences 

Dr Michael Hautus (University of Auckland) recently returned from a trip to meet up with collaborators in the United States (Professors Neil Macmillan and Caren Rotello), the Netherlands (Dr Danielle van Hout), and South Korea (Dr Hye-Seong Lee). Discussion about past and future research and writing projects was productive and enjoyable.



Dr Hautus (centre back) and Dr Lee (centre front) enjoying lunch with the PG students from Dr Lee’s laboratory at Ewha Womans University. (Photo: Jiseon...


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Research Meeting

Posted by Admin on Wednesday, March 16, 2016, In : Conferences 

Dr Michael Hautus (University of Auckland), Dr Mei Peng (University of Otago), and Dr Daniel Shepherd (Auckland University of Technology) met at Old Government House to discuss future research ideas.



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Sydney Workshops

Posted by Admin on Wednesday, June 13, 2012, In : Conferences 

Veema recently went to Sydney to attend two training workshops related to EEG and MEG analysis.



BESA workshop: a 2-day intensive course (held at the Sebel in Parramatta, Sydney) on how to use the source analysis and dipole localization software for EEG and MEG research. The course covered everything from how to set up your EEG experiment, co-registration with MEG, and pre-processing EEG data, all the way to statistical analysis. In addition to the BESA workshop, Veema attended a BESA relat...


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KiwiCam Conference

Posted by Admin on Tuesday, May 8, 2012, In : Conferences 

On the 20th April, Jenny attended the three-day KiwiCAM conference which was held at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand.



KiwiCAM was a joint conference organized by the Departments of Psychology from three New Zealand universities: The University of Auckland; Victoria University; and The University of Otago. During this conference, Jenny presented a talk titled ‘Neural Correlates of Noise Annoyance’ that was received positively. She also received valuable feedback on how t...


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