Workshop on Constructive Memory
Constructive Memory: Data and Models
Sofia, New Bulgarian University, July 12-14, 2003
The aim of the workshop will be to challenge our current understanding of human memory by integrating data with theoretical and computational models and by bringing researchers from a variety of domains together.
The workshop topics will include:
The workshop is deliberately interdisciplinary and will cover a variety of methods:
The workshop program will consist of invited key speaker talks which will be challenged by discussants, short talks by regular participants, and numerous discussions and working groups. See the Call for Papers.
In parallel to the workshop an International Summer School in Cognitive Science will take place.
Michael Anderson (University of Oregon, USA)
Alan Baddeley (University of Bristol, UK)
Robert Bjork (University of California, Los Angeles, USA)
Martin Conway (University of Durham, UK)
Johannes Engelkamp (Saarland University, Germany)
William Hirst (New School for Social Research, NY, USA) – Co-Chair
Boicho Kokinov (New Bulgarian University) – Co-Chair
Elizabeth Loftus (University of Washington, USA)
Jay McClelland (Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
Morris Moscovitch (University of Toronto, Canada)
Jeroen Raaijmakers (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Daniel Schacter (Harvard University, USA)
For more information and registration:
Central and East European Center for Cognitive Science
New Bulgarian University
21 Montevideo Str.
phone:(+359) 2 955-75-18
Acknowledgement: We wish to thank the following for their contribution to the success of this workshop:
European Commission, 5th Framework Program
European Office of Aerospace Research and Development, Air Force Office Of Scientific Research, United States Air Force Research Laboratory
Fulbright Commission - Sofia.