EUCAS promotes research in the domain of cognitive aging, and related research fields, in particular with regard to the collaboration and exchange of information, networking and joint grant application between investigators in Europe.
Cognition is defined by the Society in the broadest sense, including sensory, cognitive, motor and emotional aspects, as well as human and animal studies.
The areas of interest cover fundamental and applied research, in particular clinical research. The methods include behavioral and neuroscience methods.
Winners of the EUCAS poster award
The winners of the EUCAS poster award of the Aging & Cognition 2023 conference in Leuven are
Flavia Chereches, Tilburg (Poster "Reciprocal Links Between Grandchild Caregiving and Grandparents’ Cognition: The Role of Intensity and Type of Activities During Caregiving")
Celina Pütz, Groningen (Poster "Individual differences in age-related changes in feedback processing")
Chiara Scarampi, Geneva (Poster "Age differences in strategic reminder setting: A componential approach")
Congratulations to all winners!