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Perceptual Metacognition Meeting

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The inaugural Perceptual Metacognition Meeting will take place as a satellite event of the ASSC (https://theassc.org) on Saturday 16th July.

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Perceptual metacognition is the study of the subjective evaluation and control of perceptual processes. The past decade has witnessed a rapid rise in interest in perceptual metacognition amongst philosophers, neuroscientists, psychologists and computer scientists. Perceptual metacognition also has close links with the study of perceptual awareness, and has been a mainstay of presentations and symposia at ASSC over the past few years. We think the time is right for a regular meeting dedicated to this field.

This one-day workshop (with a late start, mindful of the ASSC after party the night before!) will showcase the latest research on perceptual confidence and metacognition, in the form of both keynotes and short presentations from invited early-career researchers. Registration is free but places are limited, so please register early to attend. We hope to stream the talks live for those unable to attend in person.

Provisional programme:

1030-1050am Coffee and muffins

1050-11am Opening remarks

11-1145am Opening keynote - Pascal Mamassian

1145-1245pm Computational models of perceptual metacognition (short talks and discussion)

1245-2pm LUNCH

2-3pm Neural basis of perceptual metacognition (short talks and discussion)

3-330pm COFFEE

330-430pm Biases in confidence (short talks and discussion)

430-515pm Closing keynote - Janneke Jehee

515pm DRINKS

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