The Hospitium. Photo: Richard and Jill Long,

Where and when

The Summer 2009 meeting of the Experimental Psychology Society took place between 8-10 July, 2009 at the Hospitium in Museum Gardens, York.
Detail from the minutes of the inaugural meeting of the EPS

Scientific Programme

The Scientific Programme is published on the EPS website.


  • Conference Dinner
  • 16th EPS Prize Lecture by Lauren Stewart: Fractionating the musical mind: Insights from Congenital Amusia
  • The CSBBCS’s Hebb Distinguished Contribution Award Lecture by Pierre Jolicoeur: Attention and sensory memory in the visual, auditory and tactile domains: Evidence from noninvasive brain imaging using EEG, MEG and fMRI.
  • The EPS/British Science Association Undergraduate Prize Lecture by Christel Gudberg
  • Symposium on Music in Mind and Brain to accompany the Prize Lecture (organiser, Victoria Williamson).
  • Jazz Recital to accompany the Prize Lecture and Symposium
  • CSBBCS Past President's Symposium - Computational perspectives on learning and memory, (organiser Doug Mewhort).

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This website provides local information for the EPS Summer meeting (joint with CSBBCS). Please visit the official EPS website for further information, or contact