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2015 Annual Meeting

November 19 - 22
Chicago, Illinois, USA




Program/PDF  Keynote Address
& Video
Photos  2015 Program
Committee

 


2014 Annual Meeting

November  20 - 23
Long Beach, California, USA




Program/PDF Keynote Address
& Video

Photos 2014 Program
Committee

​Special Workshops:

Careers at Liberal Arts Colleges: Maintaining a Successful Research Program

 


2013 Annual Meeting

November 14-17
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Keynote Speaker:

The Memory Factory
Elizabeth Loftus
University of California
Irvine, CA
 

Special Workshops:

Non-Academic Careers for Research Psychologists Workshop
From Principles of Cognitive Science to MOOCS: A Workshop in Honor of William K. Estes

Conference Program (PDF)  

Addenda (PDF)

 

2012 Annual Meeting

November 15 - 18
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Keynote Speaker:

Using the Brain to Discover the Mind
John R. Anderson
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA


Special Workshop:

Improving the Quality of Psychological Science

Conference Program (PDF)

Addenda (PDF)

 


2011 Annual Meeting

November 3 - 6
Seattle, Washington, USA

Keynote Speaker:

Developing an Integrated Mind
Nora Newcombe
Temple University
Philadelphia, PA

Speaker Workshop:

Improving the Quality of Psychological Science

Conference Program (PDF)
Addenda (PDF)

 


2010 Annual Meeting

November 18 - 21
St. Louis, Missouri, USA

Keynote Speaker:

The Dynamics of Use and Disuse in Human Memory
Robert A. Bjork
UCLA
Los Angeles, CA

General Information (PDF)

Schedule A (PDF)

Schedule B (PDF)

Schedule C (PDF)

Author Index (PDF)

Abstracts (PDF)

 


2009 Annual Meeting

November 19 - 22
Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Keynote Speaker:

The Critical Role of Retrieval in Enhancing Long-Term Memory: From the Laboratory to the Classroom
Henry L. Roediger, III
Washington University in St. Louis
St. Louis, MO

Abstracts (PDF)

 


2008 Annual Meeting

November 13 - 16
Chicago, Illinois, USA

Keynote Speaker:

Steps Toward a Science of Well-Being
Daniel Kahneman
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ

General Information (PDF)

Schedule A (PDF)

Schedule B (PDF)

Schedule C (PDF)

Abstracts (PDF)

 


2007 Annual Meeting

November 15 - 18
Long Beach, California, USA


Joint Meeting of the Psychonomic Society and the Experimental Psychology Society

July 4 - 7
Edinburgh, Scotland
​Abstracts (PDF)

Keynote Speaker:

Using fMRI to Explore Component Processes of Cognition
Marcia K. Johnson
Yale University
New Haven, CT

Abstracts (PDF)

 


2006 Annual Meeting

November 16 - 19
Houston, Texas, USA

Keynote Speaker:

Understanding Scenes and Sentences: The Role of Conceptual Short-Term Memory
Mary C. Potter
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Boston, MA


Abstracts (PDF)

 


2005 Annual Meeting

November 10 - 13
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Keynote Speaker:

Development of Brain Networks Underlying Human Attention
Michael I. Posner
University of Oregon & Sackler Institute
Eugene, OR


Abstracts (PDF)

 


2004 Annual Meeting

November 18 - 21
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Keynote Speaker:

Broad of Narrow Attentional Focus: How It Determines What We See
Anne M. Treisman
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ
 

Abstracts (PDF)



2003 Annual Meeting

November 6 - 9
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Keynote Speaker:

Memories of My Memory Research
Gordon H. Bower
Stanford University
Stanford, CA


Abstracts (PDF)



2002 Annual Meeting

November 21 - 24
Kansas City, Kansas, USA

Keynote Speaker:

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Formulation: How I Came to Frame Mental Laws in Abstract Spaces
Roger Shepard
Stanford University and Arizona Senior Academy


Abstracts (PDF)



2001 Annual Meeting

November 15 - 18
Orlando, Florida, USA

Keynote Speaker:

Traps in the Route to Laws of Memory and Decision
William K. Estes
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN


Abstracts (PDF)



2000 Annual Meeting

November 16 - 19
New Orleans, Louisiana, USA


Abstracts (PDF)



1999 Annual Meeting

November 18 - 21
Los Angeles, California, USA

Abstracts (PDF)


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