aim of this workshop is to encourage
interdisciplinary discussion of the diversity of social cognitive processes. We welcome psychologists, anthropologists, philosophers, social neuroscientists, linguists and any other related fields to submit their work. The broad themes of the
workshop include sources, effects and conditions of diversity in social cognition, its psychological and biological constituents as well as its social implications and potentials.
Different sources of variance of social cognition are related to age, gender, context, culture, language or pathology. We invite applications for poster presentations on any of these and related topics. A 200-word abstract should be submitted by entering it in the field below by the closing date of 15th of June 2015. The best abstracts received from early-career researchers (PhD students and those within 5 years of receipt of PhD) will be considered for short talks (30min). Please indicate at the end of your abstract whether you would like to be considered for a short talk. Notifications of acceptance will be sent out by 16th of June 2015 .