Experimental Psychology Conference 2017
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.
At EPC17 the Ross Day Plenary lecture will be delivered by Professor Andrew Heathcote (pictured) from the University of Tasmania.
Professor Heathcote's lecture is entitled: Accumulating Evidence about Psychological Processes
There will be a free reception on Wednesday evening (with drinks and canapes). Registration starts at 5PM, Reception at 6PM.
Where: Ramada Resort Shoal Bay
When: Wednesday 19th to Saturday 22nd April, 2017
Conference dinner: Saturday 22nd April.
Contact: Associate Professor Darren Burke firstname.lastname@example.org