The third day of CNS 2020 Virtual was rich and full, with 12 symposium talks across 2 concurrent sessions, 2 panel discussions, 1 award talks, and 2 poster sessions. We kicked off the day with the CNS Trainee Professional development panel and a special session, Affirming Black Excellence in Cognitive Neuroscience, which both offered rich perspectives for early-career and seasoned researchers alike. Robert Desimone then gave the 10th Annual Fred Kavli Distinguished Career Contributions in Cognitive Neuroscience Lecture on attentional control. The afternoon was full with symposia covering the latest research in cognitive neuroscience, from looking at the role of memory in predictive processing to new insights on the social cerebellum. The highlights below, via Twitter, represent just a snippet of the day’s events:



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