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CogSci 2009 : 31st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society

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Link: http://cognitivesciencesociety.org/conference2009/index.html
 
When Jul 29, 2009 - Aug 1, 2009
Where The Free University, Amsterdam
Submission Deadline Feb 1, 2009
Categories    cognitive science   cognitive psychology   artificial intelligence
 

Call For Papers

CogSci 2009 is the annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society for basic and applied cognitive science research. We encourage researchers from around the world to submit their best work and to attend CogSci 2009 to hear about the latest theories and data from the world's best cognitive science researchers.

The CogSci 2009 conference will be organized by Niels Taatgen, Hedderik van Rijn, Lambert Schomaker and John Nerbonne from the University of Groningen.

The conference will be held in Amsterdam, at the Free University, from Wednesday, July 29th to Saturday, August 1st (Wednesday, July 29th, is a day of tutorials and workshops).

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