Measuring Behavior special sessions consist of a series of talks around a common topic related to the general theme of measuring behavior.
The following special sessions will take place at Measuring Behavior 2012:
- The Role of Behavior Measurement in Persuasive Settings,
organized by Robbert-Jan Beun (University of Utrecht)
- Measuring Driver and Pilot Behaviour,
organized by Tobias Heffelaar (Noldus Information Technology) and Riender Happee (Delft University of Technology)
- The Development Of A Diverse Battery Of Behavioral Tasks Using Touchscreen Equipped Operant Boxes For The Study Of Cognition In The Rodent,
organized by John Talpos (Janssen Pharmaceutica)
- Progress in Assessing Animal Welfare in Relation to New Legislation: Opportunities for Behavioural Researchers,
organized by Penny Hawkins (RSPCA)
- Social Behavior and Communication - From Mice to Primates, organized by Markus Wöhr (University of Marburg) and Marcel van Gaalen (Abbott)
- Measuring Engagement: Affective and Social Cues in Interactive Art and Media,
organized by Anton Nijholt (University of Twente)
- Tests for Mild Cognitive Impairment,
organized by Paolo Fabene (University of Verona)
- From Classic to Automated HomeCage Phenotyping,
organized by Russig Holger (TSE)
- Technical Support For Analysis Of Human Error In Task Performance, organized by Ronald Poppe (University of Twente)
- Electrophysiological Correlates Of Behaviour
organized by Bettina Platt & Karsten Wicke (Aberdeen University)
- Measuring Behavior In A Game Context,
organized by Herre van Oostendorp and Christof van Nimwegen (Utrecht University)
- Fish in Behaviour Research: Unique Tools with a Great Promise!
organised by Robert Gerlai (University of Toronto at Mississauga)
The full conference program is now available:
There are also some changes to the published program.
The conference Proceedings are also available for download.