You are cordially invited to the
28th Annual International Conference on Comparative Cognition
Animal cognition, broadly conceived to include all research on animal learning, memory, and perception.
This year’s virtual CO3 will feature 2-min, 5-min, and 10-min prerecorded talks, as well as a live CCS Research Award winner event, daily Q&As with presenters, and nightly opportunities to socialize. Posters have been replaced with 2-min lightning talks. See the presentation submission document for more details, and the award section below for more details on the Early Career Award and details on the Featured Graduate Student Session. Additionally, this will be the inaugural year for the CCS Early Career Award ($1000) sponsored by the Psychonomic Society (details below).
The Comparative Cognition Society is very pleased that two CCS Research Award Winners will be honored at the 2021 meeting. A Master Lecture will be presented by Professor Irene Pepperberg (Harvard University). She and Professor David Sherry (Western Ontario University) will receive the 2020 and 2021 CCS Research Award, respecively. Special symposia will be held in their honor. Previous Honorees
Online registration for the conference and
Note: Recent improvements to our system require that you create a CCS User Account. Please retain your userid and password after creating an account. You will be able to check your membership status, join or renew your CCS membership, register for the conference and/or conference banquet, submit a presentation, or generate a payment receipt after logging in.
Please read 2021 modifed policies and procedure regarding: Presentation Submission and Acceptance
Please note that we may not be able to accommodate all submissions
Deadline for Symposium Proposals (Please see Presentation Submission and Acceptance document for details about symposium proposals): December 21
Deadline for Regular Presentation Submissions: January 31
Information about preparing presentations