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Meetings

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Summerschool Computational Neuroscience
Nijmegen
28 Jun-11 Jul 2015
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Gordon Research Conference on Eye Movements
Bentley, Massachussetts, USA
26-31 Jul 2015
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Courses

[20/02/2015]

Amsterdam Summer School: Neurodegenerative Diseases: From Clinic to Bench
Amsterdam, NL
06-17 Jul 2015
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Job market

[10/12/2014]

PhD Position
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Job description
We will test the hypothesis that a gap in distribution is the default criterion used in the processing of vague words in classificatory tasks, but that other criteria might also come into play. We will also test whether a similar default exists for the processing of quantity expressions such as 'most' (use the approximate number system if there is a gap, and precise counting otherwise).

Deadline: 01/02/2015

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