To further its aims, the ASP holds an Annual Conference. These meetings enable the presentation and discussion of original theory and research in Psychophysiology, along with methodology, instrumentation, standards, and new directions in the field. The conference brings together researchers from psychology, psychiatry, and neuroscience, with a focus on relationships between the brain and behaviour. We encourage both poster and oral presentations from any area of psychophysiology and cognitive neuroscience, as described in the About the Area section.
The annual Conference is held in late November or early December, and the venue rotates around the centers of Psychophysiological research in the region.
ASP has always placed particular emphasis on student involvement at its conference as part of their career development. A high proportion of presentations are by students, many as platform presentations. Further, methods workshops are run where possible, and prizes are awarded for the best student presentations.
Recent conference abstracts
The 25th Annual meeting of the Australasian Society for Psychophysiology will be held the Sydney campus of the University of Newcastle, from the 2nd to 4th of December 2015.
Conference website archive