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2017 Meetings

Reading, 12-14 July 2017

This meeting will include the 15th Mid-Career Award by Professor Kathy Rastle with an accompanying symposium organised by Matt Davis entitled 'Convergent approaches to studying reading acquisition'.

The meeting will also include the 24th Prize Lecture by Professor Frederick Verbruggen with an accompanying symposium 'Advances in basic and applied cognitive control research' organised by Chris Chambers.

There will be a symposium 'Food for thought: Brain fuelling and cognitive function' organised by Kaz Brandt.

A further symposium 'Social perception and its atypicalities' has been organised by Bhisma Chakrabarti and Katie Gray.

Local organisers Patricia Riddell and Katie Gray.


The programme for the Reading meeting is available here.


More information for delegates can be downloaded below:

 - University of Reading delegate information pack 

 - University of Reading Whiteknights campus map 

 - University of Reading car parking form 


2018 Meetings

University College London, 3-5 January 2018

This meeting will include the Forty Sixth Frederick Bartlett Prize Lecture by Professor Stephen Monsell with an accompanying symposium organised by Aureliu Lavric.

There will also be a local symposium organised by Patti Adank.

Local organiser Patti Adank.


University of Leicester, 18-20 April 2018

This meeting will include the Sixteenth Mid-Career Lecture by Professor Neil Burgess with an accompanying symposium organised by Aidan Horner.

The Twenty Fifth EPS Prize Lecture by Professor Courtenay Norbury will also take place at this meeting, with an accompanying symposium organised by Kathy Rastle.

Local organisers Kevin Paterson and Sarah White.


St John's Canada / CSBBCS, 4-7 July 2018

The link to the announcement can be found at: https://www.csbbcs.org/ocs/index.php/2018/csbbcs2018. More details to follow.

Local organiser Aimee Surprenant with liaison through Dr Anna Weighall




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.

Information about applying for membership may be found here. Members receive regular information about meetings and other Society activities, and a subscription to the Quarterly Journal. Postgraduates in psychology may join a mailing list in order to receive meeting programmes and other information, and psychology students may subscribe to the QJEP at a concessionary rate (see inside front page of the journal).

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