The first face-to-face meeting of the MATE project took place in the city of Lublin (Poland) during December 2017. The objectives of the meeting were:

  • Presentation of the partner’s countries participating in the project.
  • Explanation of the areas of interest and role assigned to each partner country.
  • Explanation of the project MATE (University of Lublin), leaders of the project.
  • Presentation of the theoretical and empirical assumptions of the MATE project.
  • Role of the different partner countries.
  • Presentation of proposals for dissemination (University of Alicante, Spain)
  • Evaluation tools.
  • Guided visit to the laboratories of psychophysiological evaluation in Lublin(Poland)
  • Research lines underway on cognitive improvements associated with training in chess (University of La Laguna, Spain).
  • Initial quality plan and continuous evaluation of the MATE project (University of Lithuania).
  • Channels of communication through Project (Skype and Freedcamp).

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