Date: May 13 2018, 8 am to 4:30 pm
Venue: Sheraton Wall Centre Vancouver
This one-day satellite symposium broadly focuses on perception and action and we invite abstract submissions from anyone working in this research area. The specific topic this year is on visual and motor perception and production in both the acting agent as well as the observation of movement in other agents, and how this dyadic interplay affects both actor and observer.
Organized by the Canadian Action and Perception Network (CAPnet), this is an annual gathering of some of the top Canadian scientists investigating sensation, perception, and movement control.
The satellite is open to everyone and will highlight presentations from neuroscientists across Canada in talk sessions, a poster session, and a keynote lecture given by Dr. Jim Enns from the University of British Columbia.
8:45 am: Opening remarks
9:00: CPS keynote (Miriam Spering)
10:00: Morning coffee
10:15: Talk session 1
11:15: Talk session 2
12:15 pm: Lunch (12:15 – 1:45 pm)
12:45: Posters (Lunch continues)
1:45: Talk session 3
2:45: Afternoon coffee
3:00: Talk session 4
4:00: CAPNet Keynote (Jim Enns)
5:00: End of day (CAN opening talks)
With thank you to our sponsors:
- Department of Psychology, University of Alberta
- Faculty of Kinesiology, Sport and Recreation, University of Alberta
- Vision: Science to Applications (VISTA), York University
- The Brain and Mind Institute (BMI), Western University
- Canadian Physiological Society (CPS)
How to register
Registration is available through the CAN registration webpage. Registration fee is $50 if combined with CAN meeting registration or $75 for those wishing to register for the satellite only.
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