Conceptual Issues in fMRI
A Multi-disciplinary Workshop at the University of Guelph
May 22nd – 24, 2008
Call for papers : Extended deadline
As functional brain imaging techniques increase in accessibility and sophistication new research opportunities are emerging at the interface between philosophy, psychology and neuroscience. The Guelph workshop will bring together Canadian and international scholars specializing in these disciplines to discuss the conceptual issues surrounding this technology.
Graduate students, postdocs and junior career researchers interested in participating are encouraged to submit proposals for a poster presentation. Graduate students whose proposals are accepted will be eligible for a travel stipend.
Opportunities for publication in any journal or collected volume resulting from the workshop will be made available to all participants.
Abstracts should be less than 150 words and submitted to Stefan Linquist by March 21, 2009. Applicants will be notified by April 1.
Please visit our website for more information about the workshop and the invited speakers.
For questions please email Stefan Linquist
Department of Philosophy
University of Guelph