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ESCOP Conference: Symposium Submissions has been opened

Symposia are an important part of ESCoP conferences. They consist of 5 talks  on a common topic, given by researchers from different universities/countries. They are ideal to share recent findings, hear various points of view, and discuss solutions with colleagues. 

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ESCoP Early Career Publication Awards

ESCoP has announced the 2021 Early Career Publication Award recipients!

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ESCoP 2022 Conference - dates for abstract and symposia submissions.

The Organizing Committee has announced the important dates for abstract and symposia submissions.

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Early Career Researchers Online Event Grants

We’re glad to announce that we have awarded our first three Early Career Researchers (ECR) Online Event grants, which will help ECRs set up online events primarily aimed at other ECRs.

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Early Career Online Event Funding Scheme

Among the many issues that the COVID crisis has created, the impossibility of traveling and holding scientific meetings in person is hampering the creation and fostering of scientific networks, which are vital for the creativity of the community and for researchers to build their careers. This situation hits particularly hard on the more junior among us, for whom it is ever more important to talk to each other, showcase their work and build collaborations. With this in mind, ESCoP is happy to announce that it will support one or more online events organised by Early Career Researchers, for Early Career Researchers.

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ESCoP Summer School 2022 – extended deadline for proposals

ESCoP is happy to announce that the deadline for proposals for the next ESCoP Summer School has been extended to the 15th of April 2021. Potential organizers are invited to send a proposal to the ESCoP Secretary, Evie Vergauwe. More information can be obtained from the ESCoP president, Andrea Kiesel.

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Broadbent Prize 2021

ESCoP is proud to announce that the recipient of the Broadbent Prize 2021 is Antje Meyer (Radboud University and Max Planck Institute of Psycholinguistics).

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ESCoP Conference

We are all hoping that by next summer we will be over the worst of the pandemic. Nevertheless, there is still much uncertainty about how the situation will develop until then. Therefore, together with the organizing team in Lille, the ESCoP Executive Committee decided to postpone the next conference to the summer of 2022. The conference will still take place in Lille, just one year later. After that we will move back into our old 2-year cycle, with the following conference in 2023.

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Early career publication award for Postdocs 2020

The ESCoP Early Career Publication Award for Post-docs 2020  was given to Freek van Ede from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (the Netherlands). 

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Early career publication award for PhD students 2020

The ESCoP Early Career Publication Award for PhD students 2020 was given to Pieter Verbeke from Ghent University (Belgium).

 

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The 2021 Bertelson award

The 2021 Bertelson Award goes to Dr. Roland Pfister (University of Würzburg, Germany). 

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The 22nd meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology

We are delighted to announce that the 22nd meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology will be held in Lille (France) on the 29 August - 1 September 2021. The event will be hosted by the Cognitive & Affective Science laboratory from the University of Lille .

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Bertelson award: Call for nominations

The Paul Bertelson Award is granted every two years to an outstanding young scientist for making a significant contribution to European Cognitive Psychology. A committee of peers rates each candidate on the candidate's general scientific achievements, the international character of the candidate's work, and the range and the outstanding character of the candidate's contribution.

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Early career publication awards: Call for nominations

The ESCoP Early Career Publication Award is an award for the best article accepted for publication in 2019.

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Call for papers - Propose a Special Research Collection in Journal of Cognition

The Journal of Cognition invites proposals for Special Research Collections, similar to special issues of traditional print journals. Special Research Collections should focus on an important topic within the scope of the journal, and should include at least three manuscripts (typically 3-6 contributions) with corresponding authors from at least three different universities.

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ESCoP Summer School 2022 – call for proposals

ESCoP is happy to announce the open call for proposals for the next ESCoP Summer School!

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