I generally give a few research-related talks a year, and have done so for about 25 years. I’m slowly adding them to this page, as time permits.

Selected talks

Wills, A.J. (2021). Why computers suck but you are great! Categorization of everyday objects by humans and machines. Invited talk, Psychology, University of Exeter.

Slides

Wills, A.J. (2021). From SPSS to R at Plymouth Psychology. Teaching R seminar, Department of Psychology, Lancaster University (virtual meeting).

Video

Wills, A.J. (2021). Human-level object classification performance in deep neural networks? School of Psychology Conference, University of Plymouth (virtual meeting).

Video

Wills, A.J. (2020). The OpenModels Project. Open Research Working Group, MRC-CBU, Cambridge (virtual meeting).

Video

Wills, A.J. (2019). On esteem: Rewarding reproducible science. School of Psychology, University of Plymouth, U.K.

Slides : Repository

Wills, A.J. (2019). Open science and reproducibility in psychology: A practical guide. School of Psychology, University of Plymouth, U.K.

Slides : Repository

Wills, A.J. (2017). Progress in modelling through distributed collaboration. Experimental Psychology Society. London.

Video

Wills, A.J., Suret, I.P.L. & McLaren (2000). Categorization and the ratio rule. Cognitive Science Society. Philadelphia, USA.

Poster

Wills, A.J. (2000). Categorization and the ratio rule. Experimental Psychology Society. Cambridge, U.K.

Slides

Wills, A.J., Suret, M. & McLaren, I. (2000). Perceptual learning, categorization and running recognition. Associative Learning Symposium. Gregynog, Wales.

Wills, A.J., Jones, F., Reimers, S., Stewart, N., Suret, M. & McLaren, I. (2000). Categorical decisions. Department of Experimental Psychology, Cambridge University. U.K.

Slides

Wills, A.J., Chung, I., Moberly, N. & Suret, M. (1999). Secondary generalization, categorization and single-feature reversal. Associative Learning Symposium. Gregynog, Wales.

Poster