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Dear colleagues,

-- with apologies for cross-posting --

the School of Psychology / Nottingham is hosting 3-day residential workshops on programming for Psychology and Neuroscience. The courses are suitable for a variety of levels and aims as described below and for research students, post-docs, IT staff and faculty alike. Details are included at the linked websites and booking on the workshops is now open:

Matlab for Psychology and Neuroscience: 26-28 Apr 2017
Introduction to the use of Matlab for psychologists and neuroscientists (Instructor: Denis Schluppeck)
http://www.psychology.nottingham.ac.uk/matlab/

Programming Experiments in Python (Beginners): 26-28 Apr 2017
Introduction to Python for use in psychology and neuroscience. Build experiments and run basic analyses (Instructor: Jon Peirce)
http://www.psychopy.org/resources/workshops.html#pep1

Building Experiments in PsychoPy (Beginners): 3-5 May 2017
For those that don't want to program as such, just get building flexible experiments in a simple (free) graphical interface  (Instructor: Jon Peirce)
http://www.psychopy.org/resources/workshops.html#bep

Feedback from attendees on previous courses has been great. The course provides space and time to concentrate on acquiring the important programming skills... but it also brings together a diverse and motivated crowd of people.

We hope you or one of your post-docs or students will join us.

Best, 
Denis


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Matlab for Psychology and Neuroscience
http://www.psychology.nottingham.ac.uk/matlab/

Denis Schluppeck
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