AMPC - Conference 2014 Information

KEY INFORMATION

The Australian Mathematical Psychology Conference (AMPC) is an annual meeting whose scope is broader than its title might suggest. It includes all varieties of mathematical applications and developments in psychology and cognitive science, ranging from measurement and statistical methods to mathematical models of cognitive processes, decision making, and social networks. We welcome theoretical, methodological, and/or empirical contributions to these topics.

The 2014 conference was held in Canberra, February 13th-14th.

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"Mathematical Knowledge adds a manly Vigour to the Mind, frees it from Prejudice, Credulity, and Superstition."
— John Arbuthnot
On the Usefulness of Mathematical Learning, (3rd Ed., 1745)

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