ISEP, The International Society for Ecological Psychology
ISEP, The International Society for Ecological Psychology Home History Journal Resources Board of Directors Membership
ISEP, The International Society for Ecological Psychology

The International Society for Ecological Psychology (ISEP)

Contact Person

William M. Mace
Dept. of Psychology
300 Summit St.
Hartford, Connecticut 06106-3100

Phone: (860) 297-2343
FAX (860) 297-2538
william.mace@trincoll.edu

EWEP11 * SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT

9-12 June 2010, Fréjus, France

Dear colleagues,

It is with pleasure that we hereby invite you to participate in the 11th European Workshop on Ecological Psychology (EWEP11) that will take place in the French Riviera town of Fréjus. Please visit the EWEP11 website for a view of what the workshop setting will be like and to discover the almost all-inclusive registration fees (covering about everything except your personal beverage orders at the bar). In order to promote the attendance of PhD students, we propose a particularly attractive fee, while remaining very reasonable with respect to the cost for the other delegates.

The comfortable conference center having a limited capacity, the number of PhD students that can register at the preferred rate is limited (30 max), as is the total number of delegates possible (80 max). Because we will work on a first-come first-served basis, please note that registration will be open as of early January 2010. You will receive a third announcement at that occasion.

The center offers on-campus facilities for housing, eating, drinking, swimming, strolling, and much more, so that delegates can enjoy the workshop and social events without need for additional transportation. For your convenience we will have minivans shuttling between the Saint Raphael train station and the conference center on arrival and departure days.

The fully plenary scientific program will address current issues in perception and action, through both oral and poster presentations. Symposium topics will cover fundamental and applied aspects of movement behaviour and the organizers are looking forward to receiving additional submissions of potential symposium topics (Three speakers per symposium to comply with the workshop character, with relevant empirical contributions presented as associated posters).

For all information available, please visit the EWEP11 website regularly.

We are looking forward to seeing you in Fréjus this summer !!

On behalf of the EWEP11 organizing committee

-- Reinoud Bootsma

------------------------------------------------
EWEP11 June, 9-12 2010 Fréjus, France
e-mail: organization@ewep11.fr
web site: www.ewep11.fr


Home | History | Journal | Resources | Board of Directors | Membership

Copyright © 2003 by the International Society for Ecological Psychology (ISEP). All Rights Reserved.