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Programme

 

INVITED LECTURES

Opening Lecture, September 12th

By Ralph M. Miller (Binghamton University, NY).

Link: https://www.binghamton.edu/psychology/people/rmiller.html

Title: “Sources of Forgetting and the Fate(s) of Forgotten Memories

“SEPEX Lecture”

By Veronique Bohbot (McGill University, Montreal).

Link: http://www.douglas.qc.ca/researcher/veronique-bohbot?locale=en

Title: "Nature versus Nurture: Contributions towards Healthy Cognition and Sex Differences from Childhood to Senescence in Mice and Humans"

Closing Lecture

By Ian P.L. McLaren (University of Exeter).

Link: http://psychology.exeter.ac.uk/staff/index.php?web_id=Ian_McLaren

Title: "Spatial Learning in the Radial Maze: The Role of Symmetry"

INVITED SYMPOSIUM

Virtual Multisensory Worlds in Psychology - Science and Applications

Coordination and Introduction:

Maria V. Sanchez-Vives

ICREA, IDIBAPS, Universitat de Barcelona

http://www.sanchez-vives.org

Participants:

Mel Slater: “Body ownership illusions in immersive virtual reality  - a tool for change”

ICREA, Universitat de Barcelona

http://www.event-lab.org

Domna Banakou: “Psychological and Perceptual Embodiment in IVR – Two paradigms”

Universitat de Barcelona

http://www.event-lab.org

Ana Tajadura-Jiménez: “The Hearing Body: Using sound to induce the experience of having a different body”

Universidad de Loyola Andalucía and UCL London

http://uclic.ucl.ac.uk/people/ana-tajadura-jimenez

Daniel Freeman: “Paranoia and Virtual Reality: An Overview”

University of Oxford

https://www.psych.ox.ac.uk/team/daniel-freeman

SCHEMATIC DAILY SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM 

Monday 12th

Morning:

- Opening of the Congress (Aula Magna)

- Invited Conference Opening (Aula Magna)

Coffee

- Session:  Geometry Learning and Interference Effects (Aula Magna)

- Parallel sessions:

Compulsive Behaviour and Polydipsia (Aula Ramón y Cajal)

Preexposure Effects (Aula Magna)

 Lunch  (Restaurant Canela)

Afternoon:

- Session:  Learning in Early Species (Aula Magna)

- Posters session

Tuesday 13th

Morning:

- Invited Symposium:  Virtual Multisensory Worlds in Psychology – Science and Applications (Aula Magna)

Coffee

- Parallel sessions:  

Contingency and Social Learning (Aula Magna)

Behavioural Neuroscience (Aula Ramón y Cajal)

Lunch (Restaurant Canela)

Afternoon:

- SEPEX Conference (Aula Magna)

- Session:  Early Life Experience and Extinction (Aula Magna)

Wednesday 14th

Morning:

- Session:  Latent Inhibition and Perceptual Learning (Aula Magna)

Coffee

- Session:  Contextual Learning and Instrumental Phenomena (Aula Magna)

Lunch (Restaurant Canela)

Afternoon:

- Closing Conference (Aula Magna)

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Annual Meeting of the Society

BOOK OF ABSTRACTS

SOCIAL PROGRAMME

DAY 1: Monday 12th 

18.30 h (Spanish) and 19.00 h (English):
Guided tour of the Historic Building of the Universitat de Barcelona
Meeting point: main lobby of the building (near the stairs)
Address: Gran Via de Les Corts Catalanes, 585
Metro station: Universitat (Lines 1 and 2, the red and the purple ones)

DAY 2: Tuesday 13th

19.00-20.00 h:
Guided tour of the Modernista Historic Site of Sant Pau Hospital
(World Heritage by UNESCO in 1997. Architect: Lluís Domènech i Montaner).
Meeting point: front door of the enclosure
Address: San Anton Maria Claret, 167
Metro station:Sant Pau / Dos de Maig (Line 5, the dark blue one)

DAY 3: Wednesday 14th

21.00 h:
Farewell dinner of the XXVIII Congress of the SEPC.
Restaurant "1881 per SAGARDI".
Address: Plaça de Pau Vila 3, (Palau de Mar, 8th floor)
Metro station: Barceloneta (Line 4, the yellow one)

 

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