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NVP Mini Symposium

The NVP board has reviewed all proposals for the NVP Mini Symposium. It is our pleasure to announce that Guido Band has been awarded a grant to organize the NVP Mini Symposium, titled Psychophysiology on the road towards enhanced traffic safety. It will take place on 3–4 August 2017 at the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences in Leiden. More information can be found on the symposium website: https://nvpminisymposium2017.wordpress.com/

 

Call for NVP symposium proposals

We invite proposals for the next NVP Mini Symposium, to be held in Fall/Winter 2016. NVP Mini Symposia are small symposia that are organized biannually, in years when the NVP Winter Conference is not held. The symposium topic should be relevant to the field of psychonomics, and consist of three or four talks to fill an afternoon (e.g. 13h-18h). We encourage proposals with special attention to a topic with a strong Dutch tradition. During the coffee break there will be a poster session for graduate students. The symposium will be concluded with drinks and awarding the poster prize.

There will be budget available to invite speakers (max. 1 international speaker). The NVP board can provide assistance in organizing the symposium, e.g. logistics.

Proposals should include:

  • The title of the symposium
  • Organizers and their affiliations
  • The topic’s importance to the discipline of psychonomics (150 words)
  • Suggested speakers (3 or 4)

Deadline for submission is June 30, 2016. Please submit your proposal to submissions@psychonomie.nl. For further information, contact info@psychonomie.nl.

NVP Winterconference Update

Dear Members of the NVP,

We are happy to announce that this year’s Winter Conference is a record breaker in terms of submitted abstracts. We will sport:

  • 4 keynote lectures
  • 28 symposium presentations
  • 56 oral presentations
  • approx. 170 poster presentations

If you have submitted an abstract, you will be notified by the end of this week (21 November latest) whether your abstract is accepted as a poster or a talk. Please note that because of the high volume of submissions with preference for a talk, and the limited number of time slots for talks, we can only accommodate ~50% of the preferences for talks.

 

NVP Winter Conference 2015

Dear all,
We are pleased to announce the 15th NVP Winter Conference that will take place in Hotel Zuiderduin, Egmond aan Zee, Netherlands from December 17-19, 2015.

This 3-day meeting brings together Dutch and international scientists working on cognition, behavior and the brain, and features plenary sessions, member initiated symposia, poster sessions, four keynote lectures, the awarding of the NVP Disseration Prize, and a social programme.

Call for Abstracts
Registration for the conference is now open. To secure your place and/or to submit an abstract go to:
https://uleidenss.eu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_4T8MdVJkl2Yn3Gl
You can request either a poster or an oral presentation. Compared to last year posters presentations will receive more time (longer presentations) and space (sessions will take place in two separate rooms).

The deadline for abstract submission is October 15th, 2015.
Keynote speakers

The NVP Winter Conference will feature the following keynote speakers:

• Pieter Roelfsema (Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience)

• Daniel Wolpert (Cambridge University)
• Heidi Johansen-Berg (Oxford University)
• Eric-Jan Wagenmakers (University of Amsterdam)
Symposia

The NVP Winter Conference will feature the following symposia:

• Opportunities and Applications of Ultra High-Field MRI in Cognitive Neuroscience
• Predicting human actions: specialized and general mechanisms
• Computational Cognitive Neuroscience
• Knowledge representation and concept learning
• The brain in control
• Towards a cognitive account of human creativity
• Neural Network Profiles and Dynamics Begin to Shed Light on Neurocognitive Aging

Oud NVP-voorzitter Richard Ridderinkhof gekozen als KNAW-lid

Prof. dr. Richard Ridderinkhof is gekozen als lid van KNAW, een eer voorbehouden aan de meest vooraanstaande wetenschappers in hun vakgebied. Ridderinkhof doet onderzoek naar cognitieve controle en de neurale implementatie hiervan. NVP-leden zullen Richard vooral kennen als oud-voorzitter en zijn columns in de Psychonoom. De NVP feliciteert Richard met zijn verkiezing en wenst hem veel succes toe!