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2021 Australian Learning Group Summer Conference

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Central Lecture Block 7

UNSW Sydney

Kensington, NSW 2052

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The 2021 ALG Summer Conference will be held on 10th December, 2021 at UNSW.

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The conference’s primary focus is on learning and behaviour in humans and other animals, including associative learning and conditioning, behavioural neuroscience, ethology, comparative cognition, reasoning and human cognition, and related topics.

Abstract Submission and Registration – Open Now

Abstract submission is now open, and will close on November 26, 2021.

Please note that due to the short timeframe, extensions of the abstract submission deadline may not be possible.

COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements

At this stage, UNSW has yet to finalise COVID-19 vaccination requirements for events held beyond December 1.

As such, please note that you will be asked to provide your vaccination status during registration for the conference, and that your ability to attend the conference may depend upon your vaccination status. We will be in contact with all registrants if any requirements additional to the NSW Health Orders are announced.

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If you have any questions about the conference, please feel free to contact one of the organisers: Daniel Pearson (d.pearson@unsw.edu.au) or Jessica Leake (j.leake@unsw.edu.au).

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Organiser UNSW Psychology

Organiser of 2021 Australian Learning Group Summer Conference

Psychology is the study of mind and behaviour. It is one of the most interesting and challenging areas of scientific enquiry with the potential to benefit both individuals and society as a whole.

Members of the School of Psychology study a diverse range of topics such as children’s development of language and knowledge, how mood affects our social behaviour, bias in eyewitness testimony, the brain mechanisms underlying pleasure and pain, and the causes and treatment of psychological disorders ranging from psychopathy to depression and post-traumatic stress.

We offer a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs, and earn more competitive research funding and publish more Tier 1 journal articles per academic than any other School in Australia. 

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