EPC 2016 | 30 March–2 April

About us

The Experimental Psychology Conference and the
Australasian Society for Experimental Psychology

Governance

EPC is the annual meeting of the Australasian Society for Experimental Psychology (ASEP).

It is a forum for presenting new research across the broad spectrum of experimental psychology.

History

This year’s event will be the 43rd EPC. The first meeting was held at Monash University in 1974. The Ross Day Plenary Lecture, given every year by a luminary of AEPC, honours the leadership of Emeritus Professor Ross Day, considered the founder of both the Society and the Conference.

Format

Our approach to conference sessions is one that encourages conversation and interaction. The structure of sessions is generally an  extended talk / question time 15 minutes : 5 minutes. We offer a forum for graduate students to present their first talks. 

Contact us

For any queries regarding EPC 2016, please email us at
EPCMelbourne2016@gmail.com

EPC Story and History

EPC is the annual meeting of the Australasian Society for Experimental Psychology (ASEP). It is a forum for presenting new research across the broad spectrum of experimental psychology.

This year’s event will be the 43rd occurrence of EPC. The first such meeting was held at Monash University in 1974. The Ross Day Plenary Lecture, given every year by a lumiary of AEPC, honours the leadership of Emeritus Professor Ross Day, considered the founder of both the society and the conference.

Our approach to conference sessions is one that encourages conversation and interaction. The structure of sessions is generally an  extended talk / question time 15 minutes : 5 minutes. We offer a forum for graduate students to present their first talks.

Conversation
Collaboration
Inspiration