January 8-10 2020 saw the Experimental Psychology Society conference at University College London. The society meets three times a year at various locations, but the January meeting is always held in London. Martin Casassus our PhD student presented an oral paper on his work on timing in autism covering both low level perceptual timing and higher order timing processes. Giving an EPS talk has become a right of passage for any experimental psychologist and Martin gave an excellent talk. You can find the abstract for the talk here.
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