Rec’d on YT | Tom McClelland – “Attention and attendabilia: the perception of attentional affordances”

C&L Webinar on affordances, held on July 30, 2020

Attention and attendabilia: the perception of attentional affordances”, by Prof. Dr. Tom McClelland (University of Cambridge)

Invited commentators: Giovanni Rolla (UFBA) and Elena Partesotti (Unicamp)

Chair: Nara M. Figueiredo (Unicamp)

Organizers: Nara M. Figueiredo (Unicamp) and César Meurer (UFABC).
via PVybe on YT: YouTube

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