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27–28 November 2017 IMMAGINI?

Brixen

A biunivocal and indissoluble relationship exists between image and imagination, whose multiple manifestations involve heterogeneous, and at the same time contiguous, research path: there are images that embody the imagination of their author (drawing design) and images that try to go back to his original intentions (survey drawing); images deeply rooted in real space (geographical maps and city images) and images acted in one necessarily imagined space (virtual & augmented reality, utopian city or piranesianic spaces); images that intentionally alter the perceived reality (photographic manipulations) and images that result from deception or alteration of perceptual schemes (anamorphic representations and dysperceptive phenomena); images that make narrative paths (visual storytelling) and educational images capable to form the knowledge, the know-how and the knowing how to be (iconography and iconology didactics); images that enhance the narrative experience of the child (illustration for children), and experiential images that integrate space and time (children’s drawings); images that stimulate the imagination of their user (visual design) and interactive images that support the imagination of the urban planner (processing and visualization of territorial data).

The images as visual artefacts, “designed objects”, perfect synthesis between Eidos and Eidolon, represent and contain entire worlds, real or imaginary, in the space of a glance. This glance represents the limit between the pre-perceptual characteristics of the image and its pre-projective characteristics. This glance is the retinal boundary between what an image is and what an image means.

The conference aims to investigate this gaze, through the comparison of contributions from different scientific perspectives, with the intention to shed new light on historical questions and to draw new ideas and applications for the future of the images.

http://img.events.unibz.it

17–19 January 2018 Young Child Expo & Conference

Los Angeles

The Young Child Expo & Conference promises to be another highly rated inspiring professional development opportunity. Use our early childhood conference as your professional development days. Highly Rated Conference, 3 days of early childhood conference presentations, Over 40 presentations, Continuing Education Credits Offered, 500 attendees expected, From local states & international countries, Purpose - Great Professional Development, Essential Topics in Early Childhood Development, Topics for Typically Developing Children, Topics on Special Needs, Autism, Speech and other conditions.

Target Audience - Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Principals, Directors, Speech, OT, PT Therapists, Psychologists, & Social Workers.

The goal of our conference is to provide useful information on early childhood development by top experts to help all young children learn and grow well.

http://youngchildexpo.com/los-angeles-conference/

1–4 May 2018 15th Annual Young Child Expo & Conference

New York City

The 15th Annual Young Child Expo & Conference promises to be another highly rated inspiring professional development opportunity. Use our early childhood conference as your professional development days.
Highly Rated Conference, 4 days of early childhood conference presentations, Over 80 presentations, Continuing Education Credits Offered, 1500 attendees expected, From local states & international countries, Purpose - Great Professional Development, Essential Topics in Early Childhood Development, Topics for Typically Developing Children, Topics on Special Needs, Autism, Speech and other conditions.

Target Audience - Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Principals, Directors, Speech, OT, PT Therapists, Psychologists, & Social Workers.

The goal of our conference is to provide useful information on early childhood development by top experts to help all young children learn and grow well.

http://youngchildexpo.com/nyc-conference/

23–25 October 2010 Emotions 2011: Fifth International Conference on The (Non)Expression of Emotions in Health and Disease

Tilburg, The Netherlands

Encouraged by the many positive and enthusiastic reactions to our preceding conferences, we are pleased to announce the forthcoming fifth international conference on 'The (Non)Expression of Emotions in Health and Disease' on October 23-25 2011 in Tilburg, the Netherlands.

Similar as the foregoing conferences, this three-day-conference again aims to offer a broad scope of topics related to the way people express their feelings and factors inhibiting the display of emotions. In addition, the psychological and physiological effects of expression and inhibition will be critically evaluated. The conference is of interest for behavioral scientists involved in fundamental research as well as for professionals active in clinical settings.

The emphasis will be on research relevant for clinical practice and on applications in clinical and health psychology, behavioral medicine, psychiatry, and psychosomatics. The program will include plenary sessions featuring international experts in the field, workshops, symposia and poster sessions.

Deadline for submission of abstracts, symposia, and workshops is April 1st 2011. The deadline for early registration is June 15 2011 and the final deadline for registration is September 1 2011.

http://www.tilburguniversity.nl/faculties/fsw/emotions2011/

29–31 March 2011 2011 International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, & Prediction (SBP11)

University of Maryland, College Park, MD

Social computing harnesses the power of computational methods to study social behavior and social context. Behavioral-cultural modeling refers to representing behavior in the abstract and is a convenient and powerful way to conduct virtual experiments and scenario planning. Both social computing and behavioral-cultural modeling are techniques designed to achieve a better understanding of complex behaviors, patterns, and associated outcomes of interest. These approaches are inherently interdisciplinary and cross disparate disciplines and require collaborative efforts to take advantage of the state-of-the-art research in order to document lessons learned and develop novel theories, experiments, and methodologies in terms of social, physical, psychological, and governmental mechanisms. This conference offers an opportunity for behavioral and social science researchers to come together with computational and computer scientists and other related disciplines and seeks to attract researchers, practitioners, program staff from federal agencies and graduate students in disciplines such as sociology, behavioral science, psychology, cultural study, health sciences, economics, computer science, engineering, information systems, physics, and operations research. The conference program will include invited speakers from government, industry, and academia, research presentations and discussions, poster and paper sessions in addition to focused pre-conference tutorial sessions and post-conference cross-fertilization workshop.

http://www.umiacs.umd.edu/conferences/sbp2011/

27–30 April 2011 32nd Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine

Washington Hilton, Washington D.C.

We are very pleased to invite you to attend the 32nd Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM). The 32nd Annual Meeting will be held in Washington, D.C., from April 27-30, 2011. Our theme is "Behavioral Medicine: Accelerating our Impact on the Public's Health." It is fitting that we will return to D.C. for the 2011 Meeting. Our presence there will allow us to explore the myriad opportunities for behavioral medicine in our changing healthcare environment.

We are extremely excited about the 2011 Annual Meeting program, which will feature the latest basic, intervention, and translational behavioral medicine research findings. The Program Committee is working diligently to secure speakers that reflect our theme and the diverse interests of our membership. We have an excellent venue in the Washington Hilton, which is just a stone's throw from the White House and several blocks away from the great shops, restaurants, and nightlife of Dupont Circle.

Of course, the success of the Annual Meeting depends largely on you! We hope that you will consider submitting your strongest work for presentation and that you will encourage your colleagues to do the same. Please visit this website frequently to learn more about the meeting program, submission deadlines, and our plans for local activities.


http://www.sbm.org/meeting/2011/

28–30 June 2011 ICCPBS 2011 : International Conference on Cognitive, Psychological and Behavioral Sciences

Paris, France

The International Conference on Cognitive, Psychological and Behavioral Sciences aims to bring together academic scientists, leading engineers, industry researchers and scholar students to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Cognitive, Psychological and Behavioral Sciences, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted.

http://www.waset.org/conferences/2011/france/iccpbs/

11–16 August 2013 European Conference on Eye Movements 2013

Lund, Sweden

We are very pleased to publish this call for abstracts for ECEM 2013, which promises a number of innovations alongside the continuing high scientific standards of the worlds largest conference on eye movement research. ECEM 2013 is the 17th European Conference on Eye Movements, with the original aims of the very first ECEM, /'to exchange information on current research, equipment and software'/, at the forefront. In 2013, it is held in Lund, Sweden, organized by the eye-tracking group at Lund Humanities Laboratory together with COGAIN , the non-profit association for communication through gaze based interaction.

http://www.eyemovementresearch.com/event/european-conference-on-eye-movements-2013/

31 October–3 November 2013 2013 International Space Syntax Symposium

Seoul, Korea

The Space Syntax symposia are now recognised as an established event on the calendar of international architectural research, a tradition that combines a scientific inquiry with architectural innovation, creativity and excellence. This combination is at the heart of the organiser's intentions for the Seoul symposium who will extend this tradition into 2013 and beyond. Each symposium takes on the relevant issues of contemporary urban environments and the demands of space and sustainability in our living cities.

http://www.sss9.or.kr/introduction/message.asp

6–9 January 2015 Annual International Conference on Cognitive - Social, and Behavioural Sciences (icCSBs 2015)

online

We are honoured to announce the Annual International Conference on Cognitive - Social, and Behavioural Sciences (icCSBs 2015).  icCSBs offers an opportunity to researchers and academicians to earn academic points without travel expenses or securing conference grants. Our 2015 conference will consist only of Virtual Poster Presentations.

http://c-crcs.com/ContentConference.aspx?code=89&description=2014%20Chairs%20&%20Message&conference_code=3

8–10 January 2015 2015 Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development

Budapest, Hungary

As the only annual European conference focusing on cognitive development, the BCCCD has included presentations in the past on comparative cognition, cultural cognition, early social cognition, language, conceptual learning, methodological issues, and moral cognition.

 

http://www.ceu.hu/event/2015-01-08/2015-budapest-ceu-conference-cognitive-development

26 January 2015 SIGAI Career Network Conference

Austin, TX, USA

For more information please refer to the website.

http://sigai.acm.org/static/cnc_flyer.pdf

9–10 February 2015 4th Annual International Conference on Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology (CBP 2015)

Singapore

This conference aims to bring together the world’s leading researchers, engineers and scientists whose professional interests involve psychological theories and practices and able to generate a major contribution to the formulation of global and regional strategies in the advancement of Psychology.

http://www.cognitive-behavior.org/

9–10 February 2015 18th Annual American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences Conference

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

The American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences (AABSS) holds an annual conference that brings together scholars from around the U.S. and abroad in order to present scholarship related to a wide variety of contexts, including theory, practice, empirical research, and conceptual advancement.  It is a juried conference, meaning that presentation proposals undergo peer-review prior to potential acceptance for presentation.  We are in the 18th annual year and expect a robust conference with ample opportunities to exchange theoretical ideas, share research results, help advance practice, make collaborative connections, and learn from one another’s scholarship.

http://www.aabss.net/

12–14 March 2015 International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS)

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

ICPS is the culmination of efforts by APS and an international network of organizations and individual scientists to stimulate scientific advances that are integrative; that is, in which investigators attack scientific problems by drawing broadly on research conducted at multiple levels of analysis and in multiple branches of psychological science, the cognitive sciences, the neurosciences, and other related disciplines. The initiative has been designed, in essence, to surmount artificial disciplinary boundaries that can impede scientific progress and to highlight areas of investigation in which those boundaries have already been overcome.

http://icps.psychologicalscience.org/

26–29 March 2015 The Asian Conference on Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences 2015

Osaka, Japan

This international and interdisciplinary conference will again bring together a range of academics and practitioners to discuss new directions of research and discovery in psychology and the behavioral sciences. As with IAFOR’s other events, ACP2015 will afford the opportunity for renewing old acquaintances, making new contacts, and networking across higher education and beyond.

http://iafor.org/iafor/conferences/acp2015/

9–11 April 2015 International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM)

University of Groningen, Netherlands

The goal of ICCM is to bring researchers together who are interested in using computational modeling to better understand human cognition.

http://www.iccm2015.org/

13–15 April 2015 Cognitive Futures 2015 — Forging Futures from the Past: History and Cognition

Oxford University, UK

Building on the conferences associated with the Cognitive Futures in the Humanities network in Bangor (2013) and Durham (2014), the 2015 conference in Oxford aims once again to bring together a wide array of papers from the cognitive sciences, philosophy, literary studies, linguistics, narratology, cultural studies, critical theory, film, performance studies and beyond.

http://coghumanities.com/durham-2014/

4–6 June 2015 76th Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Association

Ottawa, Canada

For more information please refer to the website.

http://www.cpa.ca/Convention

10–13 June 2015 ESTSS Conference: Trauma in Changing Societies: Social Contexts and Clinical Practice

Vilnius, Lithuania

ESTSS conference will reflect and represent research and practice diversity of European psychotraumatology. ESTSS conference organizers invite participants of the Conference to discuss the social context of trauma, including acknowledgement of trauma, social support, and linking traumatic stress field among different professionals and educating society about trauma and recovery.

http://estss2015.eu/

14–19 July 2015 ACBS World Conference 13 - Berlin

Berlin, Germany

The World Conference brings together clinicians and researchers to present cutting-edge research in ACT, RFT, and Contextual Behavioral Science, as well as experienced trainers to lead experiential workshops so that you can learn how to better serve your clients.

http://contextualscience.org/wc13

6–9 August 2015 123nd Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association

Toronto, Canada

The 2014 APA Annual Convention will host hundreds of sessions on the full range of psychology topics, including over 200 sessions offering continuing education (CE) credit. Programs and sessions will cover issues such as health disparities, use of technology, violence, integrated health care, and clinical practice.

http://www.apa.org/convention/future.aspx

6–10 September 2015 9th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health (ECTMIH), Switzerland, 2015

Basel, Switzerland

The 9th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health brings together some 2’000 of the most distinguished scientists and experts in the field of tropical medicine and international health. It is the premier European congress in this field.

http://www.ectmihbasel2015.ch/ectmih2015/home.html

10–14 July 2016 The 24th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development

Vilnius, Lithuania

ISSBD 2016 will feature an exciting scientific program, delivered by scholars and students conducting research on human development across the lifespan.

Abstract submission is already OPEN and the submission form is available here: https://www.conftool.com/issbd2016/.

http://www.issbd2016.com/en/

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