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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: ESSCS, Annual Workshop 2010

27th ANNUAL WORKSHOP, 6-8 July 2010. London, United Kingdom
First announcement Feb. 2010

The aim of the annual workshops is the exchange of knowledge, information, and opinions 
on all aspects of cognition and related topics, with emphasis on exchanges between different 
disciplines involved. Papers may be either of a general kind, or specific, but with sufficient 
attention for the general aspects, and understandable for the audience from a wide variety 
of disciplines. The following disciplines belong explicitly to the scope of the workshop:
- psychology (cognitive, developmental, clinical), perception,
- biology, with emphasis on evolution and cognition,
- artificial intelligence ,
- neuroscience, neural networks, connectionist systems, 
- language (also origin of language, computational, and disorders),
- education and instruction,
- philosophy, history of concepts, general systems theory, as far as relevant
   for the topics above.
Experimental papers should be placed within a theoretical framework.
Papers accepted for the workshop may be published in the Journal of the ESSCS, 
'Cognitive Systems'.
The meeting will take place in Oak Hill College, in the Northern part of London, 
close to Underground station Cockfosters. Registration fee 35 Euro for members of the 
ESSCS and ASoCS, 45 Euro for others, students 20 Euro. 
Abstracts can be sent by E-mail, fax, or by letter. Length of abstracts: 
100 to 300 words. Deadline for first selection: 15 May 2010. Last-minute 
participation is possible if room is available in the programme.
Accomodation will be available in convenient single and double rooms in Oak Hill College, 
(B&B per person per night  50; additional costs: coffees, teas, lunches). 
Address: ESSCS, Dept. of Psychology (E&A), University of Groningen. 
Grote Kruisstraat 2-1, 9712 TS Groningen, The Netherlands. 
Tel +31-50- 3636454 (or 3636472), Fax +31-50-3636304 (ESSCS, Dept. E&A) 
E-mail: esscs.gmw at ; webpage:
(the webpage is being updated)