Cognitive Science Society Computational Prize award

Richard Shillcock has co-authored a paper which has  been awarded a Computational Prize by the Cognitive Science Society.

The paper - Zhu, Obregón, Kreiner & Shillcock (2020) “Synchrony and asynchrony of the two eyes in binocular fixations in the reading of English and Chinese; the implications for ocular prevalence” - was recognised as "an outstanding paper involving computational cognitive modeling of perception and action" and was also awarded a $1000 cash prize.

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