Organization: Cracow Cognitive Science Student Assosciation
11th Cracow Cognitive Science Conference - ATTENTION and MEMORY - (CCSC2019)
11-12th May 2019, Jagiellonian University,
Call for Papers
We’re honored to invite you to participate in 11th Cracow Cognitive Science Conference, taking place 11-12th May 2019 in Cracow, Poland. This year’s topic is “ATTENTION and MEMORY”. Example topics include, but are not limited to:
Cognitive and neuronal mechanisms of attention and memory.
Bidirectional relations between attention and memory.
Executive attention or Homunculus?
The role of attention in solving the binding problem.
Changes in attention and memory in the process of brain aging.
Psychopathology and neuropsychology of attention and memory.
Attention and memory in learning.
Attention in the world of social media.
Impact of meditation on attentional processes.
We will accept submissions in English and Polish.
Please follow the template available at https://www.overleaf.com/latex/templates/abstract-keywords-and-references/xsfshwnhyynd - SHORT https://goo.gl/7X4FTs.
Poster abstract (250 words +/- 10%) or talk abstract (500 words +/- 10%) should be submitted in PDF format through Easychair https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=11thccscccsc2019 - SHORT https://goo.gl/DpkEMi.
See detailed instructions at https://goo.gl/vTNirR.
2019-02-15 - initial online registration and abstract submission
2019-03-25 - notification of acceptance
2019-04-15 - final conference registration
Jagiellonian University, Institute of Psychology, Cracow, Ingardena 6.
All entrants need to fill out Internet registration form with contact details and an initial subject of presentation before the 15th of February 2019. You can find the registration form here: https://goo.gl/forms/pKG8XvsBb4VMqhq23 - short https://goo.gl/R2rnkk
Active participant fee is 100 PLN, it covers conference materials, coffee breaks, lunches, and the official dinner.
Passive participation is free of charge.
Cognitive Science Student Association of Jagiellonian University
Dariusz Asanowicz, Jagiellonian University, Poland (chair)