The Psychonomic Society brings their 60th Annual Meeting to Montréal
Montréal is a world leader in neuroscience and the human brain, with some of the most important researchers, institutes and discoveries in the field. On November 14-17, 2019, 2,400 of the world’s top researchers in experimental psychology and the inner workings of the mind will gather at the Palais des congrès de Montréal to mark the 60thAnnual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society.
A place to network and share
With a packed symposia schedule ranging from semantic and episodic memory, cognitive processes and animals and interactive social cognition patterns, the Psychonomic Society’s Annual Meeting gives researchers the opportunity to share their new findings and set course for upcoming studies. Featuring a keynote address from Judith F. Kroll on how bilingualism shapes the mind and brain – a topic tailor-made for Montréal – the proceedings of the conference will also be available via Psychomics Live! for post-conference review.
Montréal and the mind
Home to powerhouse institutions like The Neuro, The Brain@McGill, the McGill Research Centre for Studies in Aging, the Alan Edwards Centre for Research on Pain, CRBLM: The Centre for Research on Brain, Language and Music, the Ludmer Centre for Neuroinformatics, Brams, CERNEC, ICRM, NeuroQAM, the Cognitive Sciences Institue of UQAM and the Center for Studies in Behavioral Neurobiology, it’s easy to see Montréal coming first to mind as the perfect host city for an event as important as the Psychonomic Society’s 60th Annual Meeting.
A city of learning
As the number one University research hub in Canada – the highest funded city in the country – Montréal is a proud city of knowledge. And putting a spotlight on the next generation of researchers, the Psychomic Society’s Annual Meeting also gives space to graduate students to present their latest findings. With the city ranked once again as the Top Student City in the Americas for the third year running, Montréal’s place at the top of the class – and of the field – makes for the perfect host city for your next neuroscience event.