Tutorials - Measuring Behavior

Tutorials are the program element in which the presenter explains how to use established methods and tools.  An interactive format is preferred and if it is about the use of software or hardware, that should be demonstrated live, if possible. Tutorials are welcomed both from exhibitors and regular delegates.

Tutorials proposals can be submitted using a free-format Word document sent to Andrew{at}MeasuringBehavior.org containing the following information:

  • Title
  • Name and position of presenter
  • Audience
  • Description
  • Preferred duration
  • Illustration (jpeg/png)
The deadline for tutorials is 18th February 2024, but please submit your idea as soon as possible so that we can get it on the website and attract participants to attend.
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At a Measuring Behavior meeting, you will find yourself among researchers from all fields of behavioral research: behavioral ecologists or neuroscientists, ethologists, developmental psychologists, ergonomists, human factors researchers, movement scientists, psychiatrists, psychophysiologists, toxicologists, usability testers, and others. While the research questions and applications may be highly diverse, what all delegates share is an interest in methods, techniques and tools for the study of behavior.