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Previous Conferences

   

2013 CogDev, University of Reading, 4-6 September (Joint conference of the BPS Cognitive and Developmental Sections)

Keynote Speakers

  • Prof. Sue Gathercole (Broadbent Lecture)
  • Prof. Mark Seidenberg
  • Prof. Michael Tomasello
  • Prof. Faraneh Vargha-Khadem
  • Prof. Padraic Monaghan (Cognitive Section Award Winner)
  • Dr. Andy Bremner (Developmental Section Award Winner)
  • Dr. Mayada Elsabbagh (Developmental Section Award Winner)

Symposia

  • A large number of symposia on cognitive and developmental topics

Postgraduate Poster Prize Winner

  • The role of verb bias in structural priming: Evidence from children and adults. Peter, M. (University of Liverpool, UK).


2012 Menzies Hotel, Glasgow, 29-31 August (abstracts)

Keynote Speakers

  • Prof. Ap Dijksterhuis
  • Prof. Robert Logie (Broadbent Lecture)
  • Dr Eirini Mavritsaki & Prof. Glyn Humphreys (Annual Award Winners)

Symposia

  • Visual Short-term memory
  • Ear-witness testimony (voice-face processing)
  • Applied aspects of human perception
  • Working memory

Postgraduate Poster Prize Winner

  • The contribution of low-level adaptation to face identity after-effects. Laurence, S., Hole, G. & Hancock, P. J. B. (University of Sussex, UK).


2011 Keele University, 6-8 September

Keynote Speakers

  • Prof. Andrew Mayes
  • Prof. Andrew Yonelinas
  • Prof. Ulrike Hahn (Annual Award Winner)

Symposia

  • Cognitive sequelae of Parkinson's Disease
  • Recognition memory
  • False memory
  • Influences on Cognition
  • Cognition and Music

Postgraduate Poster Prize Winner

  • The influence of age and music on exercise outcomes and affect for gym-based sessions. Hallett, R. (Keele University, UK).



2010 Cardiff University, 6-8 September

Keynote Speakers

  • Prof. Marc Bysbaert
  • Prof. Isabel Gauthier
  • Dr. Marc Buehner (Annual Award Winner)

Symposia

  • Experience based decisions
  • Exploring the relations between timing and causal learning
  • Development of Executive Control Functions
  • Recent developments in face and object processing

Postgraduate Poster Prize Winner

  • Parlez-vous Français? Feeling of knowing and ageing in a novel learning task. S. Morson, C. Moulin & C. Souchay (University of Leeds, UK).

2009 University of Hertfordshire, 1-3 September

Keynote Speakers

  • Prof. Gordon Brown (Annual Award Winner)
  • Prof. John Duncan
  • Prof. Richard Wiseman
  • Prof. Lawrence Barsalou (Broadbent Lecture)

Symposia

  • Lifespan development of executive control: implications for behaviour.
  • Judgment and decision making
  • Executive function and dysfunction
  • Involuntary memories
  • Insight problem solving and creative thinking
  • Distributed cognition
  • Cognitive and clinical issues in prospective memory
  • Current issues in cognitive avoidance

Postgraduate Poster Prize Winners

  • Facial expression recognition in context. V. Manfredi, S. Bonfiglio & V. Borelli (University of Pavia, Italy).
  • Determining Implicit and Explicit Contributions to Sequence Learning in ASC. J. Brown & B. Aczél (University of Cambridge, UK) L. Jiménez (University of Santiago) & K. Plaisted Grant (University of Cambridge, UK).
  • Sex differences in the cognitive abilities of Alzheimer's disease sufferers: A meta-analytic study. P. Jeyaratnam, K. Irvine & K. Laws, (University of Hertfordshire, UK).

2008 University of Southampton, 7-10 September

2007 University of Aberdeen, 20-22 August

2006 Lancaster University, 6-8 September

2005 University of Leeds, 31 August - 2 September

2004 University of Leeds, 6-8 September

2003 University of Reading, 3-5 September

 
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