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Register for the ISPST 2012 Conference in Pittsburgh, PA

Visit the ISPST 2012 website: https://sites.google.com/site/ispst2012/

All authors of posters or papers at ISPST 2012 must register for the conference.  The deadline for early registration is June 21 after that the fees will increase by 35 dollars.

The conference will begin at 7:00 am on Friday, July 20th and it will end after the Natural History Museam tour from 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm on Sunday July 22.

 

Greg's interview with the New Scientist

Greg did an interview with The New Scientist (UK), It is a basic intro to psychology of science and good publicity.  Plese take a look and pass on.
http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21328496.200-what-makes-scientists-tick.html

 

Article in the Times Higher Education about Berkeley Conference

Zoe Corbyn has written up a very nice and insightful piece about the struggles of the psychology of science and our society has in establishing in the Times of Higher Education (a UK publication).  I do like the title “Ahead of the Curve.” In addition, there is a separate article by Harry Collins on the one day Interactional Expertise Workshop immediately after the conference.

http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=26&storycode=413727&c=2

   

Gooding Memorial Meeting, Sept. 22-23

A conference will be held 22nd and 23rd September 2010 at the University of Bath in memory of David Gooding's contribution to the understanding of science. In recognition of his many contributions, papers will be given by speakers who knew David and by those whose work reflects his spirit of creative inquiry into the nature and practices of science. David Gooding (1947-2009) received his Ph.D. in Philosophy of Science from Oxford University. But his many contributions transcend any easy disciplinary boundaries. His papers and books in the history of science, philosophy of science, cognitive science, and the social studies of science brought new awareness of the nature and sources of Michael Faraday's work, and, more generally, of the role of experimentation and visualization in theory development in science. His methodological approaches pioneered and extended the use of diagrammatic representations of scientific thinking, the computer simulation of scientific thinking, and revivified historical, historical-cognitive, and philosophical approaches. We believe a conference that celebrates and extends knowledge of scientific thinking is the best memorial for this outstanding scholar and thinker. Please join us. Registration information is at the website. http://www.clarity-support.co.uk/DCGMM.htm

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