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|Decision Making Bristol 2014|
|Monday, 31 March 2014 10:49|
**The Deadline for submission of abstracts to the Decision Making Bristol 2014 conference has been extended to .**
The Decision-making Group at Bristol University invites you to attend our second conference ‘Decision Making Bristol 2014’ on . Following the success of the 2012 conference, this conference aims to embrace a breadth of research, appealing to those interested in all aspects of decision making.
We are pleased to announce that the following Key Note speakers have been secured Gerd Gigerenzer, Tom Griffiths, Antonio Rangel and Jeffrey D. Schall. These will be accompanied by invited talks from Nick Chater, Eric-Jan Wagenmakers and Daniel Wolpert.
Held in the beautiful city of Bristol, at one of the UK’s leading science and discovery centres, At-Bristol, the conference will promote interdisciplinary collaborations and welcomes attendance from both theoreticians and experimentalists.
Further information and Registration: http://www.bris.ac.uk/decisions-research/conference2014/ . Registration closing date is .
Please feel free to share this email with your colleagues and research students. We look forward to seeing you in September.