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Process Tracing Studies Conference, Galway, Ireland, June 22-24, 2017

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What: 36th meeting of the European Group of Process Tracing Studies in Judgment and Decision Making Conference (EGPROC)
When: June 22-24, 2017
Where: University of Ireland Galway

Submissions and registrations for the meeting are open until April 18th via http://tiny.cc/egproc2017

We are delighted to host the 36th meeting of the European Group of Process Tracing Studies in Judgment and Decision Making (EGPROC) from the 22nd to the 24th of June 2017 at the National University of Ireland Galway in Ireland. This meeting is sponsored by the European Association for Decision Making (EADM).

The deadline for abstract submission is the 18th of April, 2017.

The EGPROC meeting is an annual gathering of researchers interested in process tracing research in the area of Judgment and Decision Making where participants present and discuss recent research and ideas in an open and relatively informal atmosphere. Process tracing approaches include eye tracking, mouse cursor tracking, verbal protocols, neurological correlates of decision making to name a few. Such approaches are technical, so, in addition to presenting the latest advances in the field, the meeting aims to facilitate the transfer of best practice and “lab lore” across laboratories to support the development of the next generation of process tracing researchers.

This year, we are delighted to host Professor Neil Stewart of Warwick University as our keynote speaker. In addition, we will have a panel discussion on the first day of the conference facilitated by Dr KongFatt Wong-Lin of Ulster University, a Moore Institute Visiting Fellow, discussing neural plausibility of decision-making models. These events will allow attendees to discuss decision theoretic concepts with the architects of two influential decision models.


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