ESCoP Related Issues
The 19th ESCoP Meeting
We would like to thank the Organising Committee, especially the Chair, Marios Avraamides. We also thank Petros Stratis and his team for their services.
We also invite you to visit the photo-gallery of the conference.
Steven Yantis Early Career Award
Escop’s long-term member, Frederick Verbruggen, was given The Steven Yantis Early Career Award by the Psychonomic Society.
Dr. Verbruggen works at the University of Exeter and studies ʻexecutive controlʼ mechanisms. He examines how people withhold inappropriate or risky actions (response inhibition), suppress task-irrelevant information (interference control), and switch between tasks. He also studies how executive control and learning interact. As well as his theoretical and methodological contributions to the field, his work has opened up promising new avenues for treating impulsive disorders.
Conferences and workshops
4-7 November 2015
Cem15 is the third international congress on Cognition, Emotion, & Motivation. It is the third edition of a series of conferences on CEM integration, which aims to strengthen and extend the CEM cognitive revolution. Cem15 will bring together researchers from diverse fields in cognitive sciences and affective sciences in order to re-examine all psychological functions via the CEM perspective. Thus, Attention and Perception, Memory, Language, Reasoning, Problem Solving, Decision Making, Creativity, Motor function, and Intelligence, will be reconsidered from this perspective.
Registration is now open.
The 3rd International Conference on Cognition, Brain and Computation
5-7 December 2015
Centre for Cognitive Science, IIT Gandhinagar is pleased to announce the 3rd International Conference on Cognition, Brain and Computation. The conference, as the theme suggests, aims to bring forward an interdisciplinary dialogue between neuroscience and computational approaches in studies of cognition. Through this conference, we hope to generate passionate discussions and collaborations around the conference theme that cut across disciplines and methodologies.
Registration is now open.
The 5th Annual International Conference on Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology
22-23 February 2016
This conference aims to bring together the world’s leading researchers, engineers and scientists whose professional interests involve psychological theories and practices and who are able to make a major contribution to the formulation of global and regional strategies in the advancement of Psychology. CBP welcomes prospective research in the field of cognitive psychology and behaviour. The research can be preclinical or clinical with a prior ethical approval and a valid study design. All authors who present their papers at the conference will be invited to submit an extended version of their research paper for the GSTF Journal of Psychology (JPsych).
Full paper submission deadline: 16 November 2016
Early registration deadline: 11 December 2016
The 29th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing
Gainesville, Florida, USA
3-5 March 2016
The 29th Annual CUNY Conference will be hosted by the University of Florida. The topic of the special session is Language Variation Within and Across Speakers. We accept abstracts for spoken presentations and posters. Submissions need not be related to the special session topic, but contributions related to the special topic are strongly encouraged.
Abstract submission deadline: 8 November 2015
VIII. Dubrovnik Conference on Cognitive Science. Comparative Cognition, from Ethology to Cognitive Science
28 April - 1 May 2016
It is our pleasure to invite you to the VIII DUCOG on "Comparative Cognition, from Ethology to Cognitive Science". We're glad to announce our keynote speakers: Irene Pepperberg (Harvard University, USA), Josep Call (Max Planck Institute, Leipzig), Tecumseh Fitch (University of Vienna, Austria), Redouan Bshary (Université de Neuchâtel, Switzerland), Márta Gácsi (MTA-ELTE Comparative Ethology Research Group, Budapest, Hungary), Anna Wilkinson (University of Lincoln, UK). We invite poster submissions from all areas of cognitive science.
Abstract submission deadline: 20 December 2015
International Conference “Cognitive and Neural Mechanisms of Human Memory”
17-20 May 2016
The conference will cover some of the most recent and exciting developments from the field of cognitive neuroscience of human memory, with leading researchers as invited speakers (Martin A. Conway, William Hirst, Eleanor A. Maguire, Morris Moscovitch and Daniel L. Schacter) and with discussions around key topics during round tables, workshops, oral and poster sessions. We welcome both established and junior researchers to join us for this exciting event!
Abstract submission deadline: 15 November 2015
The 20th Annual Meeting of Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness
Buenos Aires, Argentina
15-18 June 2016
The ASSC is an academic society that promotes rigorous research directed toward understanding the nature, function, and underlying mechanisms of consciousness. The ASSC includes members working in the fields of cognitive science, medicine, neuroscience, philosophy, and other relevant disciplines in the sciences and humanities.
Symposia proposals submission deadline: 15 November 2015
Tutorial proposals submission deadline: 15 November 2015
University of Delaware, Newark, United States
The University of Delaware Department of Linguistics and Cognitive Science invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track position in Neurolinguistics or Psycholinguistics at the rank of Assistant Professor. The position is expected to begin on the 1 September 2016. Preference will be given to scholars who can contribute to our undergraduate pre-professional program in speech/language pathology. The successful applicant will be expected to teach a subset of the following undergraduate courses: First Language Development, Introduction to Communication Disorders, Psycholinguistics, Second Language Acquisition and Bilingualism, and general courses in linguistics and cognitive science. They will also be expected to offer graduate courses in areas of their specialisation. Other duties include supervision of graduate students, undergraduate student advising, involvement in curricular development, and performance of University and Department service. The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in linguistics or a related field, with a specialisation in neurolinguistic or psycholinguistic research on language disorders and/or first language acquisition. Review of applications will begin on October 18, 2015, and will continue until the position is filled.
Postdoctoral Scholarship in Cognitive Neuroscience
Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden
We are seeking a highly talented, innovative and enthusiastic researcher with a PhD awarded within the past three years in cognitive neuroscience or in a related discipline to work on projects involving the body representation, multisensory integration, peripersonal space, embodied cognition, social cognition, or self-awareness. The research will be conducted at The Brain, Body and Self Laboratory at the Department of Neuroscience. The ideal candidate will have expertise in experimental psychology (preferably psychophysics), imaging neuroscience (preferably fMRI), or brain stimulation methods (TMS). The candidate is expected to work within the general framework of the research program, but will be relatively free to formulate his or her own ideas and proposals for projects. It is important that the candidate can independently formulate original scientific questions and clever designs for experiments. Applicants should be able to demonstrate a consistently excellent academic record, including multiple publications in high quality international journals. Application deadline: 30 October 2015.
Calls for papers
Special issue: Preclinical Detection of Brain Disorders. Implications for Early Intervention and Prevention.
Investigators are invited to submit empirical papers for a special issue of JINS to be published in 2016. The issue will present findings that exemplify key methodological advances for preclinical detection of a variety of neurological, neurodevelopmental, and neuropsychiatric conditions. Papers focusing on genetic detection, phenotypic characterisation using cognitive and/or imaging methods, biomarker effectiveness, and data mining techniques are particularly sought. Papers focusing on ethical considerations in the clinical and research use of preclinical prediction strategies are welcome. Submitted empirical papers are encouraged to provide substantive integrative and synthetic summaries of the current status of preclinical detection methodologies and future directions for the field. Submission deadline is 15 January 2016.