SCiP 2014, Long Beach, CA
Register for SCiP 2014
See the final 2014 program!
Note: Talks will be concise, at 15 minutes including questions. Posters should be formatted according to the guidelines of the larger Psychonomic Society meeting, described here.
Castellan deadline extended: Full papers for eligible Castellan Award applicants are due October 15th. See instructions here.
The 44th annual meeting of the Society for Computers in Psychology (SCiP) will be held in sunny Long Beach, California on Thursday, November 20th, 2014, before the opening of the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society.
See our program from this past SCiP, 2013, in Toronto.
'...SCiP has a long tradition of advancing and disseminating leading work in core areas of psychological research pertaining to computers and computational techniques.'
Highlights from SCiP 2013
The theme for 2013 was “Big Data and the Brain.”
SCiP President Prof. Mike Jones earns FABBS Early Career Award
Prof. Chris Eliasmith presented on his Neural Engineering Framework
PhD student Haiying Li awarded the Castellan for best student paper