CogSci 2006
July 26-29
Tutorials/workshops: July 26
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre

The 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society

in cooperation with the 5th International Conference on Cognitive Science (based in the Asian-Pacific region)

The Cognitive Science Society will hold its 2006 conference in Vancouver, Canada, at the Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel. We encourage all cognitive science researchers from around the world to attend CogSci 2006.

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Important Information

    Overview   |   Conference Schedule   |   Local Arrangements (including hotels)   |   Registration   |   Call for Papers (closed)   |   Submissions (closed)   |   Call for Reviewers (closed)   |   Call for Student Volunteers (closed)   |   Tutorials   |   Workshops   |   Oral Presentation Guidelines   |   Poster Presentation Guidelines

Some Highlights:

Each year, in addition to submitted papers, we invite speakers who help to highlight some aspect of cognitive science. This year, we highlight Learning: Tackling Both Implicit and Explicit Processes .

Plenary speakers will include

Plenary symposia will include

Rumelhart Prize Winner: Roger Shepard (Stanford)

Marr Prize Winner: The Marr Prize will be given to the best student paper at the conference

There will be a day of tutorials and workshops just before the conference itself (including a set of Asian-Pacific research workshops ).

Co-located meetings: To facilitate interdisciplinary interaction, the following meetings have co-located with CogSci 2006:



Conference General Chairs:

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