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Twenty-third Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society

August 1 - 4, 2001

University of Edinburgh, Scotland

http://www.hcrc.ed.ac.uk/cogsci2001

Call for Papers:

Cognitive Science pursues a scientific understanding of the
mind through all available methodologies, notably those of
anthropology, artificial intelligence, computer science,
education, linguistics, logic, neuroscience, philosophy and
psychology, in whatever combinations are most appropriate to
the topic at hand. The focus of this year's conference will
be to represent the full breadth of research in the
cognitive sciences, in ways that will lead to useful mutual
interaction.  All contributions should be addressed to an
interdisciplinary audience.

*  STANDARD SPOKEN PAPERS: 20-minute spoken
presentations, which (if accepted) will be published as
6-page papers in the Proceedings;

*  STANDARD POSTERS: poster presentations, which (if
accepted) will be published as 6-page papers in the
Proceedings;

* ABSTRACT POSTERS: poster presentations, which (if
accepted) will be published in the Proceedings as one-page
abstracts, but can be submitted only by members of the
Cognitive Science Society.  For information about
membership, see http://www.umich.edu/~cogsci or contact the
Executive Officer, Colleen Seifert (Fax: (734) 429-9248;
email: [log in to unmask]; mail: Cognitive Science Society,
5618 Ann Arbor-Saline Road, Saline, MI, 48176).

*  SYMPOSIA: 90-minute spoken presentations, including three
or more well-integrated talks on a common topic and possibly
a discussant, which if accepted will be published as one-
page abstracts in the Proceedings.

Submissions for standard spoken papers, standard posters,
and symposia will be reviewed by an international panel of
experts according to the following criteria: Significance;
Relevance to a Broad Audience of Cognitive Science
Researchers; Originality; Technical Merit; and Clarity of
Presentation.

ALL submissions for standard spoken papers, standard
posters, abstract posters, and symposia should be submitted
according to the instructions at
http://www.hcrc.ed.ac.uk/cogsci2001. Electronic templates
will be provided for a number of formats. Unfortunately, we
will not be able to accept material not submitted on these
templates. Authors whose submissions are accepted will be
notified in time to return final versions of their
contributions by late April.
PROPOSALS THAT DO NOT FIT ALL SPECIFICATIONS
(INCLUDING LENGTH) WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

Deadline for RECEIPT of all submissions: Wednesday, 7th
February, 2001.

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