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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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23rd ESCoP Conference Porto, Portugal

 

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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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NEWS

Call for applications to PhD Program “International Doctorate for Experimental Approaches to Language And Brain" (IDEALAB)

The 2023 application round for the PhD Program International Doctorate for Experimental Approaches to Language And Brain (IDEALAB) is now open! The program is looking for highly motivated, outstanding candidates with a background in Speech and Language Pathology, Psycho- or Neurolinguistics, Clinical Linguistics, or other language-related fields. 

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Funded Ph.d Candidate Positions at the BCBL, Donostia-San Sebastian, Spain

The Basque Center on Cognition Brain and Language (San Sebastián, Basque Country, Spain) offers five Ph.D candidate positions: Consciousness Group; Neurobiology Of Language Group; Computational Neuroscience Group; Speech And Bilingualism Group; Signal Processing In Neuroimaging Group.

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Research Assistant position in the Brain Rhythms and Cognition Group at the Basque Center on Cognition, Brain & Language, Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain

We are looking for a technical profile with an interest in research and neuroscience. We are looking for an engineer (ie, Telecommunications or bioengineering) with programming skills (matlab or python) that will help us developing and implementing the close-loop system. You will assemble the close-loop system and develop the algorithms to calculate the CTS online. You will also collect EEG data in the lab to test whether or not the system improves linguistic abilities. You will learn to analyze EEG data and to write research papers.

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