London, 9-10 January 2014
This meeting will include the 42nd Bartlett Prize Lecture by Professor Gordon Logan plus an accompanying symposium to be organised by Frederick Verbruggan.
Local Organiser Jenni Rodd.
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Kent, 15-17 April 2014
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This meeting will include the EPS 12th Mid-Career Award Lecture by Professor Martin Eimer plus an accompanying symposium to be organised by Tina Forster.
Local Organiser Robert Johnston
Newcastle, 16-18 July 2014
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This meeting will include the 21st EPS Prize Lecture by Matt Longo plus an accompanying symposium to be organised by Mano Tsakiris and the 3rd Frith Lecture by Jennifer Cook.
Local Organiser Vicki Bruce.
Preparation of abstracts
The Honorary Secretary will inform members by e-mail when the programme for a forthcoming meeting is open for the submission of abstracts of papers for talks and posters (in addition, this information is always posted on the Society's web pages). Papers by guests may be submitted, but only via members. In this case, the member should check that the abstract conforms to the conventions set out below before submitting it. The member should undertake to be present when the paper is delivered. Papers presented to the Society should always include original (i.e. unpublished) material. Papers are accepted until the programme for a meeting is full. The advertisement of a Symposium or 'Special Topic' at a meeting is intended to encourage relevant submissions, but in no way precludes the submission of papers in any other area of experimental psychology.
Abstracts should include a statement of the results of experimental work rather than vague generalities. Members are requested to submit abstracts with (1) A title, (2) Name(s) of authors, and sponsor if none of the authors is an EPS member, (3) Full postal address (to which the final programme will be sent in the case of non members who are presenting papers), (4) First author's email address, and (5) An abstract of no more than 200 words. Line drawings or half tones may be included in the abstract, and will be printed as received. When an abstract includes references to other work, these should be given in full at the end. Abstracts should be submitted to the Conference Secretary via the relevant page on the Society's website: http://www.eps.ac.uk/index.php/submission-of-abstracts.
Programmes and booking forms for the meeting will be circulated to all members of the Society and to the first authors of papers by non-members. In cases of multiple authorship, members should let the Conference Secretary know when programmes and booking forms are required for non-members other than the first author.