Annual meeting of the North Carolina Cognition Group

March 21st, 2020

Duke University

 

General Information

The purpose of the North Carolina Cognition Conference is to foster collaboration and cooperation among different research groups throughout North Carolina and its neighboring states.  Attending researchers are involved in research on human cognition and allied disciplines. The conference provides an ideal opportunity to learn what research is ongoing in North Carolina, to share ideas, to promote and recruit students. To learn more about the history of the conference, please read this summary written by Dr. Slater Newman in 2008.

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Keynote Address

Kathleen McDermott of Washington University in St Louis will be giving the 2020 Keynote Address.                  

Dr. McDermott studies human memory, with a recent focus on individual differences in learning.

For a list of past speakers, click here.

 

 

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Please send questions to nccg@duke.edu