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Subject: APCAM 2009
From: "John Neuhoff" <>
Date: Sun, 7 Jun 2009 08:28:17 -0400
 The 8th annual Auditory Perception, Cognition, and Action Meeting will be
held Thursday, November 19, 2009,  in Boston, MA.
Abstract Submission Deadline: OCTOBER 2

Details can be found at:

The 8th annual APCAM will be held just prior to the Annual Meeting of the
Psychonomic Society. The goal of APCAM is to bring together researchers from
various theoretical perspectives to present focused research on auditory
cognition, perception, and aurally guided action. APCAM is a unique meeting
in its exclusive focus on the perceptual, cognitive, and behavioral aspects
of audition.

Topics may include (but are certainly not limited to):

    * Auditory localization, motion perception, and spatial cognition
    * Auditory object, event, and pattern perception
    * Aurally guided action and navigation
    * Auditory scene analysis
    * Auditory timing and attention
    * Pitch, loudness, and timbre perception
    * Music perception, cognition, and performance
    * Comparative auditory processing
    * Auditory behavioral neuroscience
    * Auditory memory and source identification

Submitting an Abstract:

Abstracts should be submitted online by following the links on the APCAM


Registration for APCAM is $20 in advance, $25 after October 18th. The
registration fee covers the cost of audiovisual equipment and refreshments.
PLEASE be sure to register in advance on the APCAM web site so that we can
have a name tag printed for you and so that we know how many participants to

Oral and Poster Presentations:

Presenters may choose oral or poster presentations. We will make every
effort to accommodate presentation preferences. However, we may not be able
to honor all requests. All presenters will be notified of their presentation
status approximately 5 weeks prior to the meeting.

For more information contact:

        John Neuhoff


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