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The 28th International Conference On Comparative Cognition

April 7st to 10th, 2021
CO3 2021 Will Be Held as a Virtual (Online) Conference
Some events will be synchronous - during the scheduled timeframe
Other events will be asynchronous
Note the later than usual submission deadline

You are cordially invited to the
28th Annual International Conference on Comparative Cognition

TOPIC

Animal cognition, broadly conceived to include all research on animal learning, memory, and perception. 

DETAILS

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).

TENTATIVE SCHEDULE


  • W April 7: Welcome Reception, Q&A with presenters, CCS Research Award presentation for Dr. David Sherry, social hour
  • Th April 8: Q&A with presenters, Early Career Award Lecture, social hour
  • F April 9: Q&A with presenters, Feature Student Talks, CCS Mentoring Event, social hour
  • S April 10: CCS Business Meeting, Q&A with presenters, CCS Research Award presentation for Dr. Irene Pepperberg (including Master Lecture), social hour

  • CONFERENCE PROGRAM WILL BE POSTED HERE IN MARCH

    SPECIAL FEES


    Special conference fees this year for CCS members (you can become a CCS member as part of the conference registration process)
    Faculty Members of CCS:35USD
    Student Members of CCS: 20USD
    Late fee will be assessed starting 2 weeks before conference  

    MASTER LECTURE and CCS RESEARCH AWARD

    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  

    REGISTRATION AND SUBMISSION

    Online registration for the conference and submission portal
    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

    SPECIAL EVENTS AND OPPORTUNITIES

  • Early Career Award (click for info and nomination instructions)
  • Featured Student Paper Session (click for submission instructions)
  • Mentoring Session: Friday
  • PAST CONFERENCES


  • Previous CO3 Programs
  • Previous CO3 Photo Albums
  • Previous CO3 Master Lectures
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    For additional information about CO3, contact Jessica Stagner, David Stahlman (CO3 Conference Organizers) or Noam Miller (CCS Secretary)