The Mathematical, Statistical and Computing Psychology Section is pleased to invite papers for their
Annual Scientific Meeting
at Nottingham Trent University
13th & 14th December 2010
Papers can be on any novel aspect of Mathematics, Statistics or Computing applied to Psychology (broadly defined), and we are particularly keen to encourage submissions from Psychology Postgraduates or from researchers in disciplines that overlap with mathematical and statistical psychology.*
Please submit abstracts to the Section Secretary Gillian Smith email@example.com along with name, contact details and affiliation by 28th November 2010
Directions and further details about the event will be on the MSCS blog soon
For any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that Day 1 (13th) will comprise of professional development workshops, on the following topics R: An introduction for psychologists (Thom Baguley & Danny Kaye), Bayesian data analysis: An introduction for psychologists (Mark Andrews), Linear mixed models using R (Andy Fugard) and An introduction to PsychoPy (Jonathan Peirce). Day 2 of the conference will comprise of the Section AGM, keynote, postgraduate prize winner and delegates papers.
* Note that you do not have to be a member of the BPS or the section to present a paper.
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