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38th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference
28-30 April, 2011
Pullman (Hyatt Regency) Hotel, Auckland
You are invited to participate in the 38th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference (EPC '11), hosted by the Department of Psychology at the University of Auckland. This annual meeting is a forum for research across the broad spectrum of experimental psychology. We look forward to receiving submissions for poster and oral presentations from any area of experimental psychology
EPC 2011 will run for three full days, from Thursday, 28 April to Saturday, 30 April. There will be a welcoming cocktail reception on the evening of Wednesday 27 April at the conference hotel. The conference dinner will be held at the Fale Pasifika at The University of Auckland on the evening of Friday 29 April. The Fale Pasifika is a short walk from the conference hotel.
Please note: On 21 January 2011 the conference hotel has changed its name from the Hyatt Regency Hotel to the Pullman Hotel. So, please remember that the Hyatt Regency and the Pullman are one and the same. The hotel is located at the corner of Waterloo Quadrant and Princes Street.
Please note that abstract submissions are now closed. The conference programme is now available.
Individuals who are not presenting a paper, can still register to attend the conference by downloading the registration form. However, please note that the discounted student registration rate is no longer available.
EPC keynote lecture
Friday, 29 April 2011
Professor Jason Mattingley, Queensland Brain Institute & School of Psychology, The University of Queensland
'Cortical regulation of attention, plasticity and multisensory integration: insights from brain stimulation studies'
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