SARMAC 2013 will be the tenth event in a series with the first Conference being held in 1994 at the University of Maryland. A major goal of the conference is to bring together an interdisciplinary group of researchers working on issues of applied research on memory and cognition, such as false memory, traumatic stress disorder, eyewitness memory, and education. Every two years, the latest work is being presented in a wide and varied program that will intrigue you. The focus of the 2013 conference will be on broadening the interdisciplinary themes discussed above by having keynote speakers approach these themes from a number of perspectives including cognitive biases, remembering from trauma, knowledge neglect, political differences, and statistics. SARMAC is known as an active, friendly community. If you are not a member yet, please join the group! For more information about the sarmac membership, see the general sarmac website: sarmac.org/membership
Registration for the upcoming SARMAC Conference is now open!
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The following Keynote Speakers will appear at SARMAC X: Geoff Cumming / John Hibbing / Dorthe Berntsen / Elizabeth Marsh / Jutta Joormann / Jelte Wicherts