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Tue Nov 24 2009

Calls: Cognitive Science/USA

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Mitchell Nathan, 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society

Message 1: 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
Date: 24-Nov-2009
From: Mitchell Nathan <mnathanwisc.edu>
Subject: 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
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Full Title: 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society
Short Title: COGSCI2010

Date: 11-Aug-2010 - 14-Aug-2010
Location: Portland, Oregon, USA
Contact Person: Stellan Ohlsson
Meeting Email: stellanuic.edu
Web Site: http://cognitivesciencesociety.org/conference2010/index.html

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science

Call Deadline: 06-Feb-2010

Meeting Description:

Cognitive scientists from around the world are invited to attend CogSci2010, the
world's premiere annual conference on cognitive science. The conference aims to
represent a broad spectrum of topics, issues, and methodologies.

In addition to papers, posters sessions, symposia, tutorials, and workshops
there will be invited presentations by leaders in the field. The plenary
speakers include James L. McClelland (10th Rumelhart Prize Recipient), Stanford
University, Marsha Lovett, Carnegie-Mellon University, Peter Gerjets, University
of Tübingen, and Philip David Zelazo, University of Minnesota.

This is the 10th year of the Rumelhart Prize, and the program will feature a
celebration of this milestone. The meeting will be the 32nd in the Society's
history, and it will be held in beautiful Portland, Oregon, USA.

Call for Papers

We invite submissions in any area of the cognitive sciences, including, but not
limited to, artificial intelligence, cognitive architectures, cognitive
development, cognitive neuroscience, cognitive psychology, education,
epistemology, expertise and expert systems, linguistics, logic, machine
learning, neural networks, philosophy of science, robotics and social network

Submissions are welcome in any of five categories: Papers, symposia, member
abstracts, tutorials, and workshops. Submissions must be submitted
electronically on the conference submissions web site. For additional
information, go to the main conference web site at the above URL and follow the
'Submissions' link.

Key Dates:
- All submissions are due on February 6, 2010.
- Authors will be notified of decisions by April 12.
- Camera-ready copy for inclusion in the proceedings is due on May 15.
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