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Press registration open for CNS 2015 in San Francisco

Innovations in Mind and Brain Science

Cognitive Neuroscience Society

Join us in San Francisco to explore the underlying nature of how we think!

Press registration is now open (http://www.cogneurosociety.org/cns2015_press_room/) for the Cognitive Neuroscience Society meeting, March 28-31, 2015, in San Francisco, CA, at the Hyatt Regency. Get great story ideas and connect with more than 1,500 neuroscientists. See the latest cognitive neuroscience research in aging, memory, language, and learning.

Highlights will include:

  • 50 scientific talks, including these featured speakers, and 1000+ posters on the latest cognitive neuroscience research

  • A keynote address open to the public by Anjan Chatterjee of the University of Pennsylvania on "The neuroscience of aesthetics and art."

  • Patricia Kuhl of the University of Washington will deliver the George A. Miller Award address for her work on early language and brain development, showing how young children learn.

  • Marta Kutas of University of California, San Diego, will deliver the Distinguished Career Contribution Award address for her work investigating how context shapes language and memory processing.

Registered members of the press will have complimentary access to scientific talks, posters, and receptions. Full program and schedule will be available in January.

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To qualify as a member of the press, please be prepared to provide press credentials in the form of one of the following: a business card from a news media outlet, a membership card for a journalistic professional society (e.g. NASW), letter from an editor of a news media outlet to show that you are on assignment, or recent clips related to cognitive neuroscience. Full credential policy.

CNS is committed to the development of mind and brain research aimed at investigating the psychological, computational, and neuroscientific bases of cognition. Since its founding in 1994, the Society has been dedicated to bringing its 2,000 members worldwide the latest research to facilitate public, professional, and scientific discourse.

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