INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY BIENNIAL MEETING
LOS ANGELES, 29-31 OCTOBER, 2018
The International Society for Comparative Psychology is a scholarly society which has developed a reputation for holding successful, productive, fun, and intimate meetings over the last decades.
This meeting is being organized by Professor Aaron Blaisdell on behalf of the Society. We have set the dates at the end of October so that it will be closely followed by the Society for Neuroscience meeting in San Diego which starts on November 2nd, 2018. San Diego is only a 2.5-hours drive (or short commuter flight) south of Los Angeles, and thus both conferences should be accessible, especially for international travelers. We invite researchers from around the world to attend the ISCP meeting in October to share and discuss their research in animal behavior, associative learning, cognition, behavioral neuroscience, and psychopharmacology, biological psychology, evolutionary psychology, comparative psychology, and their applications.
We will begin accepting proposals in a couple of months, but wanted to announce the meeting now so that you can start making plans to attend and present. If you would like to organize a symposium on a topic that would be of interest to the meeting, please send an email with an expression of interest about the theme and tentative presenters to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A call for abstracts for general scientific talks and posters will be announced later this year. We will make a website available shortly that will contain details about the meeting, including travel and housing information.
We hope to see you in LA in October!
Professor Aaron Blaisdell