The Winter Conference is a friendly and informal meeting that provides an opportunity to combine intensive, scientifically rigorous discussions on a variety of topics related to human and nonhuman animal conditioning, behavior and learning with skiing at Beaver Mountain in Logan, one of Utah's best kept secrets. The breadth of WCALB paper sessions that reflect the research interests of participants can be seen in recent programs posted on the website. All participants are invited to make a presentation and suggest topics. Graduate students are welcome to present posters.
There are many winter activities for everyone, including downhill skiing for all levels from beginner to expert, snowshoeing, cross country skiing, snowboarding, and more! The majestic snow-covered mountains in winter are breathtaking.
The 2018 Winter Conference on Animal Learning & Behavior will be convened by Amy Odum in Logan, UT, February 17-21, 2018.
View the call for papers and posters here. Submissions due January 15, 2018.