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UVic's Dr. Michael Masson to Give Keynote at PSYC Conference

Thu. Apr. 9, 2015

Dr. Michael MassonDr. Masson earned his B.A. at the University of British Columbia, and his M.A. and Ph.D at the University of Colorado. Now Professor of Psychololgy at the University of Victoria, his primary areas of research include basic processes of cognition and memory and embodied cognition. His recent research has focused on cognitive skill acquisition through video game experience among adolescents and an analysis of the discovery of a new visual illusion (the bicycle illusion). Dr. Masson has published extensively in premier psychological journals such as Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, Psychological Science, Memory and Cognition, and countless others.

Masson's talk "What Hand Actions Reveal About Cognition" is at 2:30 PM and everyone is welcome to attend.