The next meeting will be hosted by the Child Development and Learning Difficulties Unit (CDLD) by Dr Jo Van Herwegen on Thursday 29th of June 2017, in Greater London. The seminar will be held at Kingston University, London.
We have two great keynote speakers:
Professor Chris Jarrold (University of Bristol)
Dr Hayley Crawford (Coventry University)
You can download the final programme here.
The registration is now open and will close on 30/05/2017 or when capacity of 120 delegates has been reached (whichever is first so please register early). We have tried to keep costs reasonable (fees include lunch and wine reception).
Student fee: £40
Staff fee: £50
To register for the seminar click here:
This year there is also a social dinner on Thursday evening at 6.30pm at a local restaurant. The price for the dinner is £25 and includes a 3-course meal and a glass of wine or non-alcoholic drink.
Workshop: 30th June 2017: eye tracking in practice
Following the Seminar day, we will be holding a workshop on Friday 30th June. The workshop will focus on eye tracking methodology in neurodevelopment disorders. The workshop is aimed at PhD students and early career researchers, but is open to all. The workshop will be hands-on and will be of interest to those who are new to eye tracking methodology or those who want to explore new techniques. Places are limited to a maximum of 40 places.
Workshop fees are £30 for student and £40 for staff (including lunch and refreshments).
To register for the workshop click here: http://www.kingston.ac.uk/events/item/2489/30-jun-2017-neurodevelopmental-disorders-workshop/
There are a number of hotels and B&Bs near the university in Kingston as well as Surbiton (click here for details). The Antoinette Hotel also has special rates for those attending the seminar (click here for details)