28th Annual Meeting of the Australasian Society for Psychophysiology

Deakin University, Waterfront Campus | 19–20 November 2018

Welcome message from Conference Co-Chairs

On behalf of the Australasian Society for Psychophysiology we would like to extend the invitation to the 28th Annual Meeting of the Australasian Society for Psychophysiology (ASP2018) to be held 19–21 November, Deakin University, Geelong Waterfront Campus, Victoria.

Our 2018 conference will delve into brain behaviour relationships, while surrounded by a glorious waterfront view. The themes of ASP2018 include:

  • Electrophysiology and neuroimaging: shedding light on the human brain
  • Non-invasive brain stimulation: probing neuroplasticity
  • Clinical cognitive neurosciences: mental health, ageing and disease
  • Basic neurophysiology: What simple science can teach us.

We look forward to welcoming you to Geelong in 2018.

Dr Wei-Peng Teo and Dr Helen Macpherson
ASP2018 Conference Chairs

Key dates

TitleDate
Call for abstracts (oral and poster) April
Registration opens – early-bird discounts April
Abstract submission closing date 7 September
Announcement of accepted submissions 1 October
Early-bird closing 14 October

Call for abstracts

The conference committee are now welcoming submissions for 28th Annual Meeting of the Australasian Society for Psychophysiology (ASP2018). Abstract submissions should be prepared in line with the conference themes according to the following instructions:

  • Electrophysiology and neuroimaging: shedding light on the human brain
  • Non-invasive brain stimulation: probing neuroplasticity
  • Clinical cognitive neurosciences: mental health, ageing and disease
  • Basic neurophysiology: what simple science can teach us.

Abstracts will be reviewed and successful submissions will take the form of a oral presentation or be part of our poster event.

Make a submission

PDF Abstract Guidelines164.7KB

Important info

  • Presenters will need to ensure that they have prior approval and funding from their organisations to attend the conference before making a submission.
  • Posters should be designed and printed onto an A1 format.
  • Speakers will receive a discount (equivalent to the early-bird rate) for their conference registration.
  • Flights, transport and accommodation will be self-funded or through your organisation.

Registration

Your Registration fees include entry to day 1 and day 2 of the conference at Geelong Waterfront campus, and to the workshop on day 3 at Deakin Downtown, Melbourne.

Due to limited availability for the workshop on day 3, please indicate if you plan to attend this session in your registration.

An early-bird discount will be available on conference registrations made prior to 14 October:

  • Early-bird member $ 410
    Early-bird non-member $460
    Early-bird student $260

Standard registration costs (after 14 October)

  • Regular member $460
    Regular non-member $510
    Regular student $330
    Student day registration* $140
    *Can only be used for a 1 single day attendance

Registration will be opening soon.

Sponsorship

Sponsorship and trade exhibition opportunities are available for this conference. Please refer to our sponsorship prospectus or contact the events team asp2018@events.deakin.edu.au.

PDF ASP2018 Sponsorship Prospectus267.3KB

Contact details

To learn more about the conference and get in touch, please email or phone the conference organisers.

Email the ASP2018 events team