Oxford/SEPEX, 8-10 July 2016
SEPEX is pleased to announce that this meeting will include the Pio Tudela Lecture by Professor Juan Lupiáñez. EPS is pleased to announce that this meeting will include the 44th Bartlett Lecture by Professor Jonathan Grainger plus an accompanying symposium organised by Colin Davis. The meeting will also include the 23rd EPS Prize Lecture by Professor Gaia Scerif with an accompanying symposium organised by Lucy Cragg and Duncan Astle.
Local organisers Kate Watkins and Chris Summerfield.
We anticipate that this joint meeting with SEPEX will be over-subscribed. Priority will therefore be given to submissions for oral presentations in which the presenting author is an EPS or SEPEX member. There will also be an expanded poster session to accommodate the anticipated increase in submissions. Abstract submissions have now closed
EPS / SEPEX programme
Booking form for accommodation for July meeting - room must be booked by 30th June **
** Members may be able to get better individual room rates by booking direct rather than using the block booking code given to us by St Anne's College. Unfortunately the rates quoted are outside our control.
Booking form for conference dinner on Saturday 9th July - meal must be booked and paid for by 27th June
London, 4-6 January 2017
This meeting will include the 45th Bartlett Lecture by Professor Andy Young with an accompanying symposium organised by Mike Burton.
Local organiser Patti Adank
Belfast, 10-12 April 2017
More details to follow
Local organiser Teresa McCormack
Reading, 5-7 July 2017
This meeting will include the 15th Mid-Career Award by Professor Kathy Rastle with an accompanying symposium organised by Matt Davis.
Also included will be the 24th Prize Lecture by Professor Frederick Verbruggen with an accompanying symposium organised by Chris Chambers.
Local organiser Patricia Riddell
About the EPS
The EPS was founded in 1946. Its role is to facilitate research in experimental psychology, and scientific communication among experimental psychologists and those working in cognate fields. Based in the UK, it also has many members in mainland Europe and elsewhere overseas. More information about the EPS and its history will be found here.
The EPS holds regular scientific meetings and lectures at which members and guests present their work; it publishes the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology and other occasional publications. It sponsors scientific workshops on special topics, and awards grants and prizes to facilitate postdoctoral, postgraduate and undergraduate research.
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