Barbara Tversky Speaks on Language and Learning in Beijing

In October, APS Immediate Past-President Barbara Tversky (Teachers College, Columbia University, and Stanford University) visited Beijing, China to give a keynote address on knowledge representations and natural language processing at a Sino-German Symposium hosted by the computer science department at Tsinghua University. Tversky also visited Peking University during this trip.

Pictured above, beginning in the top row, fourth from left: Stella Christie, a professor of psychology; Yang Liu, a postdoc and former graduate student of Tversky’s at Columbia Teachers College; APS Immediate-Past President Barbara Tversky; and Yu Zhang, a professor of education, along with Tsinghua University graduate students shortly after a joint talk on education and psychology.

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