EPC is the annual meeting of the Australasian Society for Experimental Psychology. This meeting provides a forum for presenting new research across the broad spectrum of experimental psychology.
EPC has been held annually since the first meeting at Monash University in
1974. In large part, both the meeting and the Australasian Society
for Experimental Psychology owe their existence to the leadership of
Emeritus Professor Ross Day. This debt is acknowledged by the naming of
the annual plenary lecture, given by a luminary of the society.
This year, EPC will be hosted by the School of Psychology of the University of Newcastle. The conference will take place in the Ramada Resort Shaol Bay, Wed 19/4 - Sat 22/4. Abstract deadline is coming very soon, March 10, 2017.
The organizing committee is delighted to announce that the plenary lecture will be given by Prof Andrew Heathcote, currently at the University of Tasmania, but a novocastrian at heart. Prof Heathcote is a world leader in the study of memory and decision-making models. He held full time positions at the UoN School of Psychology since 1991, and had been awarded the lucrative Australian Professorial Fellowship. He holds positions at both UTas and UoN.
Further details, links, and contacts can be found in the formal EPC-2017 webpage, here.