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Special Issue in Acta Psychologica: Social Top-Down Modulation of Perception-Action Coupling

The special issue aims to collect well-designed, well-powered research on the social modulation of perception-action coupling to better understand the potential top-down effects of high-level social variables on representing others’ actions and tasks.

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Special Issue in Journal of Numerical Cognition: Direct and Conceptual Replication in Numerical Cognition

In this special issue, we will concentrate on direct and conceptual replications specifically in the field of numerical cognition and mathematics learning.

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Call for Participants - Survey on Research Practices

We invite you to take part in a 10-minute online questionnaire focusing on research practices in psychological research, by University College London, U.K. We are interested in factors that influence research practices.

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Advanced Training in Mathematical and Computational Modeling for Psychological Science sponsored by the William K. and Katherine W. Estes Fund

Advanced Training in Mathematical and Computational Modeling for Psychological Science sponsored by the William K. and Katherine W. Estes Fund

The William K. and Katherine W. Estes Fund invites proposals to fund advanced training opportunities in mathematical and computational modeling for psychological science in summer schools or focused workshops.

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Meta-analysis: affective influences on congruency-effect

We are currently conducting a meta-analysis investigating affective influences on the congruency-effect in tasks like Stroop, Simon and so on. If you have any unpublished data that might be relevant, we would highly appreciate if you get in contact with us.

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Psychonomic Society Mid-Career Award 2019

Psychonomic Society Mid-Career Award 2019

The Psychonomic Society Mid-career Award is given for exceptional contributions to the field of experimental and cognitive psychology and related areas by an individual who is currently in the middle of their career.

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Psychonomic Society Early Career Award 2019

Psychonomic Society Early Career Award 2019

The Psychonomic Society will confer scientific awards each year upon young scientists who have made significant contributions to scientific psychology early in their careers. The purpose of the awards is to raise the visibility of our science and of our very best young scientists within the field, within the awardees’ institutions, in the press, and in the larger community.

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