2016 INTERNATIONAL MEETING OF THE PSYCHONOMIC SOCIETY
Palacio de Congresos de GranadaGRANADA, SPAIN Visit the Venue to read more
On behalf of the Scientific Committee, I am pleased to invite you to attend the Second International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society in Granada, Spain, May 5-9, 2016. The conference will be an outstanding venue to present your latest findings to an intellectually engaged, diverse and professionally-dedicated community.
We are excited that all areas of experimental psychological research will be represented during the conference. Abstracts may be submitted for oral presentations, posters and symposia. This is a unique opportunity to have your work peer-reviewed by experts. Information about the conference will be made available at http://www.ps2016.org. Check back regularly for updated information.
We are pleased to have the support of The Center for Mind, Brain & Behaviour and the Experimental Psychology Department at the University of Granada. The University of Granada holds one of the largest Departments in Experimental Psychology in Spain with internationally recognized groups in Learning, Memory, Decision Making, Language, Attention and Social Cognition, all with a strong experimental and neuroscience orientation. Additionally, we have partnered with two very important groups: the Spanish Society of Experimental Psychology (SEPEX) and the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP) to insure we are bringing the best scientific research to the conference.
The city of Granada, located in Eastern Andalusia, has long been the scene of significant cultural and scientific events. Granada has enjoyed the privilege of witnessing major cultural developments which have emerged in response to the city´s location at a veritable cultural crossroads, both as a key centre of medieval Islamic history and the city which provided impetus for the Discovery of America and indeed for the entire Spanish Renaissance.
The site for this conference is the Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones, one of the most modern facilities of its kind in Spain. The Palacio is located next to the city centre and close to many hotels. The session rooms, exhibit hall and common areas are all conveniently located near each other, making it easy to switch rooms and network with other attendees. Reduced rate conference sleeping rooms have been secured and reservations can be made starting in the fall.
Bringing together researchers from the United States, Spain, and from around the world, we are delighted to welcome you to the charming, historical city of Granada and the magnificent Alhambra, flamenco shows, Arab baths, and museums.
M. Teresa Bajo
Chair, Scientific Committee
University of Granada
University of Padua,
Kent State University
University of California, Davis
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
Palacio de Congresos de Granada
Paseo del Violón, s/n
18006 – Granada
Tel.: +34958246700 – Fax: +34958246702
All 2015 Members, Fellows, Emeritus Members, Associate Members, and Student Members of Psychonomics, SEPEX and ESCoP may submit abstracts for the International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. For spoken presentations, Full Members and Fellows must also be the presenter. Non-members of Psychonomics SEPEX, ESCoP may also submit abstracts. Due to time and space limitations, there are a limited number of abstracts which will be accepted from non-members.
Priority will be given to abstracts submitted by Fellows and full members of the societies. If all Fellows and Full members can be accommodated in spoken sessions, priority for remaining speaking opportunities is assigned first to Members, then to non-members holding PhDs, and, in rare cases, to Student Members. Please take note Emeritus and Honorary members are considered as full member.
In the case of posters, priorities for acceptance depend upon the status of the submitting author. Unlike spoken presentations, the person submitting a poster abstract is not required to be the actual presenter of the abstract. We will try to accommodate all posters, but if the number exceeds the available space, the priority for poster opportunities is assigned first to Fellows and Full Members, then to Members, then to non-members holding PhDs, and then to Student Members, and finally to student non-members.
Monica Vallejo , Tilesa Kenes Spain
Monica Vallejo , Tilesa Kenes Spain