Friday 2nd September 2016 – Saturday 3rd September 2016 at University of Bristol
The conference will explore the phenomenology and psychology of temporal experience. A sense of the passage of time forms an integral part of much, perhaps all, of our experiences, memories, and our anticipatory action. It is certainly arguable that temporal experience structures the way we understand ourselves, others, causation, and processes involving persistence or change in the external world. We will consider interdisciplinary questions concerning temporality, data from neuroscience relating to time perception (and distortion), and psychological theories or empirical studies relating to subjective experience of time in different contexts. Please see the call for papers for further information.
Dan Lloyd (Trinity)
Sylvie Droit-Volet (Blaise Pascal)
Catherine Jones (Cardiff)
Who is the course intended for?
Researchers and students with an interest in the topic from all levels of academia and from any discipline
Call for Submissions
We are no longer accepting submissions for this event. Submissions closed at 12:00 midday on Friday 22nd April 2016.
Early Bird registration will be open until 9.00am on Monday 1st August 2016.
Registration fees can be found on the booking form. If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 224507