ESCoP Related Issues
The ESCoP Museum
Dear ESCoP Members,
the ESCoP Museum website is continuously updated and you can see the changes here.
Unfortunately, we are still missing a lot of materials and we need your help. We especially lack data about Summer Schools that took place before 2008. We are also still looking for several conference books: from the 2nd Conference (Madrid, Spain, 1987), the 3rd Conference (Cambridge, UK, 1988), the 6th Conference (Elsinore, Denmark, 1993), the 12th Conference (Edinburgh, UK, 2001) and the 13th Conference (Granada, Spain, 2003).
We also have problems with identifying two documents containing conference abstracts. They are here. Maybe you know which conference they might be related to?
If you have any information or materials that could be placed on the website please contact Michał Wierzchoń. We can’t get any further without your help!
Journal of Cognitive Psychology
Examining eye movements in visual search through clusters of objects in a circular array
Carrick C. Williams, Alexander Pollatsek & Erik D. Reichle
The role of modality: Auditory and visual distractors in Stroop interference
Emily M. Elliott, Candice C. Morey, Richard D. Morey, Sharon D. Eaves, Jill Talley Shelton & Danielle A. Lutfi-Proctor
Fostering the generic interpretation of grammatically masculine forms: When my aunt could be one of the mechanics
Arik Lévy, Pascal Gygax & Ute Gabriel
Prospective memory in a virtual environment: Beneficial effects of cue saliency
Steven L. Trawley, Anna S. Law, Louise A. Brown, Elaine H. Niven & Robert H. Logie
The similarity hypothesis of déjà vu: On the relationship between frequency of real-life déjà vu experiences and sensitivity to configural resemblance
Eriko Sugimori & Takashi Kusumi
Retention beyond the threshold: Test-enhanced relearning of forgotten information
Mario de Jonge, Huib K. Tabbers & Remy M. J. P. Rikers
The role of group configuration in the social transmission of memory: Evidence from identical and reconfigured groups
Hae-Yoon Choi, Helena M. Blumen, Adam R. Congleton & Suparna Rajaram
The power of representation and interpretation: Doubling statistical reasoning performance with icons and frequentist interpretations of ambiguous numbers
Gary L. Brase
Carry-over effects in face recognition: Processing mode or attentional window?
Kyoko Hine & Yuji Itoh
More conservative go/no-go response criterion under high working memory load
Silviya P. Doneva & Jan W. De Fockert
Metacognitive illusions can be reduced by monitoring recollection during study
Nicholas C. Soderstrom & Matthew G. Rhodes
Conferences and workshops
3-6 February, 2014
San Francisco, USA
On behalf of the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) and SPIE, we would like to invite you and your colleagues to join us at the 26th annual EI Symposium. The 2014 Electronic Imaging Symposium will feature 22 technical conferences covering all aspects of electronic imaging, from image sensing to display and hardcopy. Topics include, but are not limited to, 3D displays and processing, computational and digital photography, augmented and virtual reality, human vision, colour imaging and perception, image and video processing, compression, and communication, mobile imaging, imaging sensors, image quality, media security and forensics, and computer vision.
Registration is now open.
Conference on Cognition Research of the Israeli Society for Cognitive Psychology
10-12 February, 2014
We are pleased to announce that the first Conference on Cognition Research of the Israeli Society for Cognitive Psychology. Our aim is to bring together the large and diverse Israeli cognitive community of researchers and students in a single venue to share their research and perspectives on this rapidly advancing field. Keynote lecture will be given by Stanislas Dehaene (Collège de France and INSERM-CEA Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit, France).
Registration is now open
2nd Edition of the Cognitive Science Arena for Beginners
28 February – 1 March, 2014
Our aim is to set a conference where talks are made in a friendly and cooperative environment with the audience challenging the speaker in a fruitful debate. The goal of CSAB is to provide a competent and useful “boot camp” for the speaker where anyone can practice the skill of giving a talk and develop his/her research based on suggestions of the audience. Along this line, highly innovative research ideas as well as “in progress” research are encouraged. Topics include (but are definitely not limited to): developmental cognition and education, language, memory, perception, psychometrics, neuroscience, social and clinical psychology, etc.
Abstract submission deadline: January 30th, 2014
1st ACM Conference on Learning at Scale
4-6 March, 2014
This conference is intended to promote scientific exchange of interdisciplinary research at the intersection of the learning sciences and computer science. "Learning at Scale" refers to new approaches for students to learn and for teachers to teach, when engaging large numbers of students, either in a face-to-face setting or remotely, whether synchronous or asynchronous, with the requirement that the techniques involve large numbers of students (where "large" is preferably thousands of students, but can also apply to hundreds in in-person settings). Topics include, but are not limited to: Usability Studies, Tools for Automated Feedback and Grading, Learning Analytics, Analysis of Log Data, Studies of Application of Existing Learning Theory, Investigation of Student Behavior and Correlation with Learning Outcomes, New Learning and Teaching Techniques at Scale.
Registration is now open.
4th Global Conference on Experiential Learning in Virtual Words
22-24 March, 2014
Prague, Chech Republic
The main aims of this conference are to increase our understanding of experiential learning in virtual worlds, both formal and informal, to share experience and best practice, and to debate future possibilities for learning in virtual worlds. We believe the conference will be of interest to educators, researchers, students, independent scholars, trainers, virtual world users, and anyone interested in what happens in virtual worlds and what it means for us as human (or virtual) beings. The conference is part of the At the Interface programme of research projects. It aims to bring together people from different areas and interests to share ideas and explore various discussions which are innovative and exciting. All papers accepted for and presented at the conference must be in English and will be eligible for publication in an ISBN eBook.
Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting
5-8 April, 2014
We invite you to join the Cognitive Neuroscience Society at our 21st annual meeting. This year’s CNS meeting will have Invited Symposia, Mini Symposia and Poster Sessions. Featured speakers: Silvia Bunge (UC Berkeley), Marlene Behrmann (Carnegie Mellon University), Suzanne Corkin (MIT), Wolf Singer (Max Planck Institute for Brain Research), Yuko Munakata (University of Colorado Boulder), Jon Kaas (2014 George A. Miller Award winner), Marcel Mesulam (2014 Distinguished Career Contributions Award winner) and Daphna Shohamy and David Badre (the Young Investigators Award winners).
Early bird registration deadline: January 24th, 2014
Registration deadline: March 21st, 2014
Workshop on Natural Environments Tasks and Intelligence
11-13 April, 2014
Perceptual and motor systems must reflect the natural tasks the organism performs as well as the properties of the natural environments in which the organism performs those tasks. Thus, the aim of this workshop is to stimulate research in "natural systems analysis," which consists of several interrelated components: (i) identification and characterisation of natural tasks, (ii) measurement and analysis of natural scene statistics, (iii) analysis of the computational requirements of natural tasks, (iv) rigorous experimental study of neural and behavioral performance in natural tasks.
Registration deadline: March 14th, 2014
6th Dubrovnik Conference on Cognitive Science: Language and Conceptual Development
22-24 May, 2014
The focus of the DuCog VI. is Language and conceptual development which will be covered by keynotes and invited speakers. As a medium sized conference, our aim is to bring together graduate students and young researchers from Central-Europe and to facilitate interactions with their colleagues working in other part of the world. DuCog VI. welcomes poster submission on all aspects of cognitive science, and we especially encourage graduate students and early career researchers to show their work in a friendly atmosphere. There will be also a Special Session: ERC information Symposium.
Abstract submission deadline: February 17th, 2014
20th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping
8-12 June, 2014
The OHBM is the primary international organization dedicated to neuroimaging research. It has a tradition of alternating meetings between North America, Asia and Europe and they attract over 2,500 attendees each year. The work presented at the conference typically employs brain scanning techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging, positron emission tomography, SPECT or methods such as EEG, MEG or transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). Since the human brain mapping field is cross-disciplinary, OHBM members and attendees range from neurologists, psychiatrists and psychologists to physicists, engineers, and statisticians.
Early bird registration deadline: March 13th, 2014
Registration deadline: May 16th, 2014
3rd International Conference on Psychological Sciences and Behaviours
22-23 June, 2014
ICPSB 2014 aims to bring together researchers, scientists, engineers, and scholar students to exchange and share their experiences, new ideas, and research results about all aspects of Psychological Sciences and Behaviours, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted. The conference will be held every year to make it an ideal platform for people to share views and experiences in Psychological Sciences and Behaviors and related areas. All papers for the ICPSB 2014 will be published in the IPEDR (ISSN: 2010-4626) as one volume, and will be included in the Engineering & Technology Digital Library.
Full paper submission: March 21st, 2014
6th Conference of the Society for Gesture Studies: Gesture in Interaction
8-11 July, 2014
San Diego, USA
The International Society for Gesture Studies is pleased to announce the Sixth Conference of the Society for Gesture Studies. Devoted to the study of multimodality in communication, the ISGS is an interdisciplinary group of researchers. The Society convenes for a major international conference every two years, and the 2014 meeting will be the 6th. We invite abstracts that address any aspect of the study of gesture and multimodality, including but not limited to: the relationship between sign and gesture; the cognitive and neural underpinnings of gesture; the contribution of gesture to language production and comprehension; the role of gesture in situated language use; and how gesture mediates interaction in the social, cultural, and technological world. We welcome papers on any aspect of bodily communication and are open to all theoretical and disciplinary perspectives.
Registration is now open.
1st FESN Summer School From Clinic to Research: Designs, Analyses, Ethics
1-5 September, 2014
F-ESN Summer School - Preliminary Program: Topic 1: Methodological issues: experimental design in behavioural research; Topic 2: Methodological issues: approaches to lesion analysis; Topic 3: Ethical principles in research; Topic 4: Results dissemination: practical and ethical issues. The ideal candidates will be graduate students in their final years of PhD, or one-two year post-docs, early post-doc period, well as clinicians at a comparable level of career. The selection will be made by the Organizing Committee (Stefano Cappa, Sergio Della Sala, Hans-Otto Karnath, Hendrik Niemann). In principle, we will accept 2-3 students from each society, taking into consideration the size of the society and the total number of applications. We aim at a total of 40-50 participants. The F-ESN is going to cover all organization expenses (venue, speakers). This means that the selected students will have to cover their own travel and maintenance, we will make sure that this latter will be kept as low as possible. Of course, national societies are encouraged to provide support to students if possible. Applications should be sent, complete with a CV and a brief (max half page) statement of interest, to the Secretary of the F-ESN, Isabel Pavao Martins (email@example.com).
Application deadline: February 28th, 2014.
International Convention of Psychological Science
12-14 March, 2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The ICPS is a new and innovative international conference dedicated to scientific advances in all areas of psychology and related disciplines. Share ideas with colleagues from around the globe at this first-ever international gathering of the global psychological science community. The Call for Submissions, which opens in mid-April 2014, will announce the many opportunities for you to take part in ICPS symposium sessions and scientific poster presentations. The key speakers of ICPS are Stanislas Dehaene (Collège de France and INSERM-CEA Cognitive Neuroimaging Unit, France), George Lakoff (Departments of Linguistics and Cognitive Science, University of California, Berkeley, USA) and Terrie E. Moffitt (Institute for Genome Sciences & Policy, Duke University, USA).
Submission deadline: to be announced
Faculty position in Applied Cognitive Psychology for Assistant Professor, from September 2014 (appointment will be tenure-track). We welcome applications from any of the following areas of cognition: attention, human memory, language, learning, and problem-solving. We are particularly interested in candidates whose research has real-world applications in areas such as health, education, and work, and those studying diverse populations, including within typical and/or atypical development. Responsibilities will include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in cognitive psychology and research methods, as well as supervising student research with both undergraduate and graduate students.
Cognitive Psychology: Tenure-Track Faculty, Quinnipiac University, Connecticut, USA
The Department of Psychology at Quinnipiac University is seeking a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Psychology to begin in Fall 2014. Our 14-member department serves over 400 majors in psychology and behavioural neuroscience and is dedicated to providing students with an outstanding education in the science of psychology. We embrace a teacher-scholar model in that excellence in teaching and scholarship are expected. Teaching load on the tenure track is generally three courses per semester.
Teaching responsibilities include courses in our required sequence as well as courses in the area of specialization. Additional responsibilities include developing and/or maintaining an active research agenda leading to scholarly publications; advising and mentoring students; and participating in departmental, school and university committees.
Psychology Assistant Professor, St. Ambrose University, Iowa, USA
St. Ambrose University Psychology Department seeks applicants for a full-time, tenure-track position beginning August 2014. Ideal candidate will have expertise in biological or cognitive psychology and the ability to teach courses in behavioral neuroscience, neuropsychology, and research methodology. We are especially interested in candidates who can teach basic undergraduate courses, as well as design and teach undergraduate lab courses. Strongly prefer candidates who demonstrate evidence of successful teaching and commitment to faculty mentored undergraduate research. SAU has a large and thriving undergraduate psychology program with 300+ majors. The program prepares students for a variety of fields, including potential entry into allied health sciences programs.
Applications are invited for two PhD positions at the Department of Psychology (University of Copenhagen) under the EC project INDIREA (Marie Curie Initial Training Network: Individualized diagnostics and rehabilitation for attentional disorders). General conditions for the positions are described on the website www.psy.ox.ac.uk/indirea. The positions are attached to PhD Projects 6 and 7, respectively. PhD Project 6: “Theory of Visual Attention (TVA) and ADHD” (supervisors: Claus Bundesen & Signe Vangkilde). The aim of this project is to develop the Theory of Visual Attention (TVA) to characterise attentional disturbances in individuals with ADHD. PhD Project 7: “EEG-TVA analysis of ADHD” (supervisors: Claus Bundesen and Søren Kyllingsbæk). This project will use TVA in relation to EEG biomarkers of attention to characterise changes in attention in individuals with ADHD. The positions are 3-year PhD scholarships. Enrolment is expected to begin on 1st April 2014
Application deadline: January 31st, 2014
PhD Positions in the Dutch Research Consortium 'Language in Interaction', Donders Institute, Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, The Netherands.
We are looking for highly motivated PhD candidates to enrich a unique consortium of researchers that aims to unravel the neurocognitive mechanisms of language at multiple levels. The goal is to understand both the universality and the variability of the human language faculty from genes to behaviour. This research consortium sponsored by a large grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific research (NWO) brings together many of the excellent research groups in the Netherlands with a research programme on the foundations of language. The research team consists of 43 Principal Investigators. Currently, the consortium advertises nine PhD positions. These positions provide the opportunity for conducting world-class research as a member of an interdisciplinary team.
Application deadline: February 2nd, 2014
Postdoctoral Fellowships, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
The Centre for Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS), College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University invites applications for postdoctoral fellowships for the Academic Year 2014. The successful candidates will be appointed as CLASS Postdoctoral Fellows and affiliated with one or more than one of the constituent schools of the College - namely, School of Art, Design, and Media, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information. Applications are welcome for the three research themes below. For each of the themes, we are particularly interested in candidates whose expertise spans more than one of the following fields: Linguistics and Multilingual Studies (including experimental psycholinguistics using behavioural, EEG, and fMRI techniques), Philosophy, Psychology and others.
Application deadline: February 3rd, 2014
3-year postdoc position at Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science, Brighton, UK
Applications are invited from highly motivated post-doctoral research scientists to apply for a fellowship position to work within the Sackler Centre for Consciousness Science and the Psychiatry group of Brighton and Sussex Medical School on clinical psychological disorders of consciousness. The successful applicant will have an established record of high quality research publications, technical skills applicable to human neuroscience and experience in the analysis and presentation of experimental research. Applicants must have a PhD in a relevant neuroscientific discipline.
Application deadline: February 21st, 2014