During the morning, we have keynotes of two eminent researchers in the field of psychophysiology: Prof. dr. Eco de Geus (VU University Amsterdam) and Prof. dr. Daan Scheepers (Leiden University).
Interactive break out sessions
In the afternoon, there will be break out sessions in small thematic groups to discuss the opportunities and challenges of physiological measures, current research projects and ideas for future research. To guide the discussion in these sessions, we ask all participants to prepare a structured poster.
The day will end with presentations of three key members of the Emerging Field Group: Prof. Dr. Andrew Martin (University of New South Wales), Prof. Dr. Lucia Mason (University of Padova) and Monika Donker MSc. (PhD candidate; Utrecht University).
Of course, there will be ample time for discussion and interaction during coffee breaks, lunch and drinks (these are all included). In the evening, we will organize a dinner in the city center that you can sign up for (on your own cost).
|09.30-10.00||Welcome and coffee|
|10.15-11.15||Keynote Prof. Dr. Eco de Geus|
|11.30-12.30||Keynote Prof. Dr. Daan Scheepers|
|13.30-15.00||Break out session|
|15.00-15.30||Plenary recap break out session|
|15.45-16.10||Presentation Prof. Dr. Andrew Martin|
|16.10-16.35||Presentation Prof. Dr. Lucia Mason|
|16.35-17.00||Presentation Monika Donker MSc.|
|17.00-18.00||Closing and drinks|