This is Escop

The european society
for cognitive psychology

ESCOP is a dynamic scientific society that provides a venue within which current research in cognitive psychology and neighboring disciplines can be presented, discussed and encouraged.

What does ESCOP do?

ESCOP promotes new research initiatives, supports a European research-base through summer school programmes in which students can learn about state-of-the-art developments, holds conferences for the presentation of research and maintains a leading academic journal as an outlet for research findings. You are welcome to explore this website and the resources that are held here


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ESCoP is a large and growing organisation with a healthy membership base in most European countries and around the world. Membership has many benefits, including a Reduced Author Processing Charge for publishing in the Journal of Cognition, access to ESCOP’s award and funding programmes and a reduced fee for attending ESCoP conferences.

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TeaP 2024

Regensburg, Germany
17-20 March 2024

The TeaP is a renowned psychological research conference of international junior and senior scientists from various fields of Experimental Psychology (eg, cognitive, social, developmental, and biological psychology) and related disciplines. It has been held since 1958 and typically attracts between 600 and 900 scientists from Germany, Europe, and North America. 

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2024 International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE)

Belfast, United Kingdom
17-20 July 2024

The ISRE conference is an exciting opportunity to meet international colleagues, present your work, attend talks and workshops, and stay up-to-date with the latest developments in emotion research. ISRE members study emotions from a wide range of disciplines, including affective computing, anthropology, art and design, education, history, linguistics, neuroscience, philosophy, psychology and sociology.

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Postdoctoral position on attention and memory at Sapienza University of Rome, Sapienza, Rome, Italy

The Computational Cognitive Science Lab led by Dr. Moreno I. Coco at the Department of Psychology, Sapienza University of Rome is looking for one post-doctoral fellow to join for 2 years and contribute to the project “The attentional curve of forgetting visual information in younger and older adults: experimental and computational insights .”, which is funded through the program PRIN 2022, sponsored by our Ministry of Education and Excellence (MIUR).

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