Conscious experience of time: its significance and interpretation in neuroscience and philosophy
- Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft
- Berlin School of Mind and Brain
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The workshop has three themes: models of time perception, subjective distortions of time, and the relationship between mental time and real time. We invited a number of experts who will introduce each of the topics in a dedicated panel that will then be followed by discussion. The remainder of each day is reserved for talks and poster contributions connected to the theme of the panel. The talks will be commented on by our expert panelists.
If you are interested in presenting a talk or poster, please send us an abstract (up to 1000 words) by the 7th of May 2014. We will inform you about the decision concerning your submission no later than the 22nd of May 2014.
Below your abstract specify the theme with which you see your work fit in best and indicate whether you prefer to present your work as a talk or poster. If you would like to present in talk form we kindly ask you to prepare a paper that can be sent to a commentator.
There will be funds for hotel accomodations in Berlin made available to presenters giving talks and up to 200€ to cover travel expenses.
All submissions should be sent to [email protected] as a Microsoft Word document named in the following convention: (yoursurname_typeofsubmission(poster/talk)
July 22, 2014, 7:45pm CET
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