EPS Meeting: University of Leicester, 18-20 April 2018
The programme for the Leicester meeting is now available here: Leicester Programme
The final date for booking the Conference Meal has now passed and bookings are now closed.
This meeting will include the Sixteenth Mid-Career Lecture by Professor Neil Burgess with an accompanying symposium organised by Aidan Horner entitled: ‘Spatial memory from neurophysiology to PTSD‘.
The Twenty Fifth EPS Prize Lecture by Professor Courtenay Norbury will also take place at this meeting, with an accompanying symposium: ‘New insights into child language and language disorders‘ organised by Kathy Rastle.
The Seventh Frith Prize talk will be given by Dr Patricia Lockwood entitled: ‘Neurocomputational mechanisms of selfishness and prosociality’
And finally the EPS/BSA Undergraduate Project Prize winner Irena Arslanova will present her work: ‘Searching for bodies: Electrophysiological evidence for independent somatosensory processing during attentional selection of body postures’
There will also be a local symposium organised by Kevin Paterson and Sarah White: ‘Developments in eye movement research on reading across the lifespan‘.
Local organisers Kevin Paterson and Sarah White.