University of Tsukuba:

Human Learning and Memory: Advances in Theory and Application (4th Tsukuba International Conference on Memory, day 1 of 3)

Date: Saturday, January 11th, 2003 Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Speaker: Several speakers

Description:
A detailed program of the conference presentations will be available at their website from around the beginning of December 2002. A call for poster sessions is still open; abstract submission deadline is Nov. 30, 2002. January 11th also has a party from 17:00 - 19:00 (5-7 p.m.).
This conference's speaker list includes:

  • Charles Brainerd, University of Arizona, USA
    "Fuzzy-trace theory"
  • Nelson Cowan, University of Missouri, USA
    "Working-memory capacity limits in a theoretical context"
  • Lynn Hasher, University of Toronto, Canada
    "Circadian rhythms and inhibitory control of cognition"
  • Alice Healy, University of Colorado, USA
    "Optimizing the speed, durability, and transferability of training."
  • Michael Humphreys, University of Queensland, Australia
    "Recollection and familiarity"
  • Chizuko Izawa, Tulane University, USA
    "Optimization of learning and retention in context of learners' comfort levels"
  • Jun Kawaguchi, Nagoya University, Japan
    "Interaction between memory and environment: Automatic and intentional processes"
  • Douglas Nelson, University of South Florida, USA
    "Implicitly activated memories, The missing links of remembering"
  • Jeroen Raaijmakers, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
    "Modeling implicit and explicit memory"
  • Valerie Reyna, University of Arizona, USA
    "Fuzzy-trace theory, judgment, and decision making"
  • Richard Shiffrin, Indiana University, USA (keynote speaker)
    "Modeling human memory"
  • Robert Solso, University of Nevada, Reno, USA
    "The Evolution of consciousness, memory, and art"
  • Invited Posters:
    • Harriett Amster, University of Texas, Arlington, USA
    • William Hockley, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
    • Cathy McEvoy, University of South Florida, USA
    • Mark Steyvers, University of California, Irvine, USA

Organization: University of Tsukuba's Special Research Project on Dynamic Brain Functions and Amenity for the Mind (University of Tsukuba)

Cost: 3,000 yen (register via web site e-mail by November 30, 2002)

Venue: Tsukuba International Congress Center, in the center of Tsukuba Science City, Takezono 2-20-3, Tsukuba, Ibaraki

Location: Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan

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