Culture & Cognition Pre-Conference

Culture & Cognition Pre-Conference

Second Annual Culture and Cognition Pre-conference of the Psychonomics Society




Thursday November 19, 2020

Fully Virtual

To express interest in registering for the conference, including presenting a poster, please complete this form. Official registration will take place through the Psychonomic Society and will be free for society members, including students. The deadline to register is November 16th, 2020.

Invited Talks

Krishna Savani, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Holistic cognition beyond East-West comparisons: Evidence from South Asia, South-East Asia, West Asia, North Africa, and Latin America

Rachael Jack, University of Glasgow, the United Kingdom

Discovering facial expression communication across cultures using data-driven methods

Serge Caparos, Université Paris 8, France

Seeing the forest or the trees: Impact of experience-related factors on perceptual bias

Qi Wang, Cornell University, USA

Culture and memory specificity in literature


Invited Talks: 10:00 am – 11:40am (EST)
Round Table Discussions: 11:40 am -1:30 pm (EST)
Posters with Q & A: 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm (EST)

Poster Presentations

Posters are now available to view. You can log-in and access posters here:

Should you have any problems accessing the posters, please work with the Psychonomic Society.

Roundtable Discussions

Methodologies & challenges in cross-cultural research; Moderator Aysecan Boduroglu
Non-WEIRD samples; Intersection of race and culture; Moderator Audrey Duarte
Memory and culture; Moderator Adam Putnam
Applied memory and culture; Moderator Lorraine Hope
Language, culture, and thought; Moderator Daniel Casasanto

Please check the website of Psychonomic Society for more information about the 2020 Annual Meeting. 

Founded and Organized by:

  • Suparna Rajaram, Stony Brook University

  • Angela Gutchess, Brandeis University

Student Organizers:

  • Nicholas Pepe, Stony Brook University

  • Ashley Gilliam, Brandeis University

For the 2019 program and list of presenters, please click here

This meeting is made possible through support from the Psychonomic Society.