London, 4-6 January 2017
This meeting will include the 45th Bartlett Lecture delivered by Professor Andy Young, and an accompanying symposium organised by Mike Burton around the theme of "Person perception".
Also included will be a symposium on "Cognitive and neural mechanisms of action imitation", organised by Patti Adank.
There is also an additional symposium on "Attention from every angle: A tribute to Glyn Humphreys", organised by Chris Olivers and Dana Samson.
Local organiser Patti Adank.
The January programme can be found here.
Belfast, 10-12 April 2017
This meeting will include the 6th Frith Prize talk delivered by Dr Rebecca Brewer (subject to confirmation at the Annual General Meeting).
The EPS/BSA Undergraduate Project Prize winner, Robert Jagiello (University of Warwick) will present a talk based on his winning project.
The meeting will include a symposium ' Metacognitions: dissociations or commonalities' organised by Patrick Haggard.
There will also be a symposium 'Time and causality' organised by Marc Buehner.
A further symposium entitled 'Moral reasoning and counterfactuals' has been organised by Ruth Byrne.
Local organiser Teresa McCormack
Travelling to Belfast need cost no more than travelling by train throughout the UK. Please see here for the routes and flight/ferry companies that operate to Belfast.
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 'Writing systems, language and reading'.
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
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