Please join, and check, the conference Slack workspace: It's a great place to connect before, during, and after the conference!

Throughout the conference we will have a space on (link will be emailed to attendees); feel free to join us there for "coffee" between talks, and for our social event following talks on November 12th.

November 12, 2020

(Times US Eastern)

1:00 pm Rachel Denison

Modeling pupil responses to dynamic events

2:00 pm Jason Geller

Using GazeR to analyze data from pupillometry experiments

3:00 pm Jessica Kosie

Pupillometry as a window on infants' processing of dynamic stimuli

4:00 pm Introduction of manyeyes, a potential multi-team analysis project

4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Social event on Gather (link forthcoming)

November 13, 2020

(Times US Eastern)

9:00 am Paola Binda

Pupillometry in mind-wandering and non-trial-based experiments

10:00 am Drew McLaughlin

Considerations for selecting a time-course data analysis approach: A comparison of growth curve and generalized additive mixed-models

11:00 am Jamie Reilly

The two mountains problem: Problems, solutions, and unanswered Questions for cognitive pupillometry

Noon Wrap and conclusion of conference