To be more eco-friendly, we will be providing the program electronic-only.
You will be able to access the document here, and there will be QR codes posted around the conference venue to quickly access it!
We are delighted to announce our RPPW19 Keynote speakers!
The abstracts and talk titles will appear here forthwith, but you can bet on the talks being engaging and thought-provoking!
Sonja Kotz Chair in Neuropsychology & Translational Cognitive Neuroscience Director of Basic and Applied NeuroDynamics Laboratory Maastricht University
Keynote: A comparative and translational perspective on time and rhythm
Molly Henry Max Planck Group Leader: “Neural and Environmental Rhythms”, MP Institute for Empirical Aesthetics Frankfurt am Main Assistant Professor. Dept of Psychology. Toronto Metropolitan University
Jonathan Cannon Assistant Prof. in Psychology, Neuroscience, and Behavior. McMaster University.
Keynote: A predictive processing theory of metrical rhythm perception, production, and synchronization
Alan Wing Professor of Human Movement, University of Birmingham