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LINGUIST List 17.1662

Thu Jun 01 2006

Confs: Psycholing/Cognitive Science/Belfast, Ireland

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        1.    Louise McNally, European Society for Philosophy and Psychology


Message 1: European Society for Philosophy and Psychology
Date: 30-May-2006
From: Louise McNally <louise.mcnallyupf.edu>
Subject: European Society for Philosophy and Psychology



European Society for Philosophy and Psychology
Short Title: ESPP


Date: 24-Aug-2006 - 27-Aug-2006
Location: Belfast, Ireland
Contact: Teresa McCormack
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.eurospp.org

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science; Philosophy of Language; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

The 14th annual meeting of the European Society for Philsophy and
Psychology will be held August 24-27, 2006, at Queen's University,
Belfast.

The full programme for the 14th annual meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology (ESPP) is now available here:

http://www.psych.qub.ac.uk/eurospp2006/programme/papersandposters/index.aspx

Venue: Queen's University Belfast, UK
Dates: 24-27 August 2006

Registration is cheaper before 1 July 2006. Register online here:
http://www.psych.qub.ac.uk/eurospp2006/registration/

Invited Speakers:
* György Gergely (Budapest)
* Susan Goldin-Meadow (Chicago)
* Patrick Haggard (London)
* Kevin Mulligan (Geneva)

Invited Symposia:
* Auditory Perception opened by Jerome Dokic
* Pretence opened by Hannes Rakoczy
* Modality and Language opened by Bencie Woll
* Mental Time Travel opened by Teresa McCormack

Plus 120 papers and posters on topics including 'Is Theory of Mind Automatic?' (Ian Apperly et al), 'Can Western Scrub-Jays Plan for the Future?' (Dean Alexis et al), 'Representations of the body' (Frédérique de Vignemont), 'If Mirror Neurons are the Answer, What is the Question?' (Emma Borg), 'The Concept of Valuing: Experimental Studies' (Joshua Knobe et al), 'On the Location of the Unique Hues' (Keith Allen), 'The Extended Mind Hypothesis and Phenomenal Consciousness' (Marius Dumitru), 'Where causal pluralism comes from' (Monika Koeppl), 'About the Dissociation between Causal and Counterfactual Reasoning' (William Jimenez-Leal), 'Functional Isomorphism as an Exploitable Relation between Representations and Their Targets' (Nicholas Shea), 'Development, Contingency and Modularity' (John Sarnecki), 'Towards a Robotic Model of Minimal Creativity' (Dustin Stokes et al), 'What motivates pretend play?' (Josephine Ross et al), 'Is Pretense Really Non-representational?' (Cristina Meinl), 'Making Sense of Sensory Dysfunction in Autism' (Susan Leekam), 'Reasoning About Contradictions Across Cultures: Empirical Findings' (Brian Huss et al), 'A Pluralistic Approach to Mathematical Cognition' (Mario Santos-Sousa), 'Two types of vagueness' (Uli Sauerland et al), 'Aspectual Adverbs in Conditional Contexts' (Alice ter Meulen), 'On Sincerely Saying What You Don't Believe, Again' (Steven Gross), and 'Assertion and the Contingency of Convention' (Manuel García-Carpintero)

www.eurospp.org/2006/


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