Bangor, 3-5 July 2013
This meeting will include the 20th EPS Prize Lecture by Antonia Hamilton plus an accompanying symposium to be organised by Emily Cross on ‘Sensorimotor Foundations of Understanding Others’.
There will be an additional symposium on ‘Object Recognition and Representation in Man and Machine’, by Charles Leek.
Local Organiser Charles Leek.
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