The 17th European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition (Cambridge EWIC 2020)
EWIC (European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition) is a biennial workshop that is dedicated to the study of mental imagery and spatial cognition. It also explores other topics including perception, attention, working memory, autobiographical memory, creative thinking and problem-solving, mental imagery and clinical psychology.
Delegates at this event will enjoy a busy programme, meeting peers from around the world with the opportunity to exchange views, develop research collaborations and present their work in an inspiring atmosphere.
We are also excited to offer the opportunity to experience the City of Cambridge, with activities like punting on the River Cam and attending a riverside BBQ in the city centre.
Confirmed keynote speakers include Joel Pearson (University of New South Wales), Emily Holmes (Uppsala University) and Neil Burgess (UCL).
To find out more about EWIC or how to register, please visit the EWIC website.
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