Reminder Call For Papers Special Issue Journals

We'd like to remind you of the Call for Papers for special issues of two journals, Behavior and Information Technology and Journal of Neuroscience Methods. All those who presented at Measuring Behavior 2014 are welcome to submit papers. Behavior and Information Technology This call for papers invites advances in methods, techniques and tools that contribute to our understanding of human behavior.

This is an open call, but participants in Measuring Behavior 2014 are especially welcome to contribute, as long as the paper contains substantial (70%) new material compared with the Conference Proceedings.

Submission deadline: 1st April 2015

For more information, please see http://explore.tandfonline.com/cfp/est/tbit-cfp-1214.

Journal of Neuroscience Methods

The meeting - Measuring Behavior 2014, held in Wageningen, The Netherlands - has seen a great number of presentations on new behavioral technologies for animal assessment, and there was also considerable interest in the critical assessment of existing technologies. We here encourage submission of your papers presented at the meeting and seek to bring them together as one stand-alone volume for the Journal of Neuroscience Methods. Both review and empirical papers are welcome.

Please register your interest with Dr. Gernot Riedel <g.riedel@abdn.ac.uk> in case you wish to submit a paper for this journal.

EXTENDED Submission deadline: 1st April 2015

For more information, please visit http://www.measuringbehavior.org/mb2014/special-issue-journal-neuroscience-methods.

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Save the date! Measuring Behavior 2016 in Dublin, Ireland

For the first time ever Measuring Behavior will be hosted outside of The Netherlands. We are very pleased to announce that the location for the 10th edition of Measuring Behavior 2016 will be Dublin, Ireland.

From 25-27 May 2016, Dublin will be the stage for the latest methods, inventions, prototypes, and techniques in behavioral research. The conference will be hosted by Dublin City University and the Insight Centre for Data Analytics.

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More information will be available shortly so keep an eye on www.measuringbehavior.org or sign up for announcements

Measuring Behavior 2016: Call for Bids

The Organizing Committee of Measuring Behavior is inviting bids for hosting the next Measuring Behavior conference. The conference’s tentative dates are 25-27 May 2016 (or possibly the week before). We anticipate the conference will have roughly the same format as previous years (see www.measuringbehavior.org/mb2014/conference-program), but we are also open to new ideas.

As this will be the 10th edition of the conference, we encourage bids from all over Europe. 

If you are interested in hosting the conference, please answer the following questions:

1. Conference chair(s)

We anticipate that at least one conference chair will be local host (it is possible that the conference organization will recruit more chairs to cover all relevant disciplines). Please give a brief (ca. 100 word per person) description of who you are and what your research interest is.

2. Supporting staff

Conference chairs are often busy people (Professors). Do you have colleagues who can help with organising the conference?

3. Program content

Traditionally, the Measuring Behavior conferences have hosted a large number of symposia organized by symposia chairs. The symposia are a substantial and essential part of the conference.  

  • How will you help recruit symposia chairs?
  • Are there other research groups in your own region who are likely candidates?
  • Do you have any ideas to renew the content of the conference?
  • What possibilities are there for social events and scientific tours of facilities in the same city?

4. Meeting venue and conference facilities 

What conference facilities do you have to offer? Normally Measuring Behavior has 4-5 parallel sessions, with rooms of capacity of 100 – 250 people, plus an area for 50 – 100 posters and an area for the exhibition. We normally have about 250 to 400 delegates in total.

  • What are the costs associated with hiring those facilities?
  • Are they available for 25-27 May 2016?
  • Is your institution able to contribute towards the costs in any way?
  • What are the public transport and hotel facilities near to the conference centre? 

5. Other comments

Please explain in one paragraph why your location is especially suitable for Measuring Behavior 2016.  

Please return the completed from before 1st December 2014 to Andrew Spink, chair of the scientific program committee (Andrew@measuringbehavior.org).

Measuring Behavior 2010 in ACM Digital Library

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The ACM digital library publication, “Selected papers from the Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioral research (Digital Edition)”, is now available online. You can find it at http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1931344 (go to the Table of Contents tab for a list of the papers).

The papers in the original conference proceedings also remain online on the measuringbehavior.org website, and you can find that here: http://www.measuringbehavior.org/mb2010/presentations-index-author.