ASPP Conference December 2020
22.05.2020, by Tina Keil in announcement
3rd-5th Dec. 2020, University of Queensland, Australia; Submission and Registration opens July 1st, 2020
The Australasian Society for Philosophy and Psychology (ASPP) Conference will be held between the 3rd and the 5th December 2020 at The University of Queensland in Brisbane Australia.
The ASPP is a multidisciplinary society, and welcomes contributions from all subfields of cognitive science, neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, and the areas in between. The key notes this year will focus on some truly fascinating topics relevant to all scientists and philosophers with an interest in the mind and human behaviour. Specifically, our keynotes will focus on how we create an integrated sense of self across past, present and future (A/Prof. Muireann Irish), how we define the boundaries of human consciousness (Prof. Steven Laureys), how conspiracy theories and the rejection of science take hold (Prof. Matthew Hornsey), the implications of disgust for social judgment (A/Prof. David Pizarro), and the intriguing phenomenon of spontaneous thought in wakefulness and sleep (Dr. Jennifer Windt). Our Presidential Address will be provided by Prof. Jolanda Jetten.
Submissions and registrations will formally open 1st July. If you are interested in registering your interest, and being provided with updates, we would encourage you to join our mailing list.
The ASPP 2020 Conference Organizing Committee