View the program for the 2018 Winter Conference here.

The Winter Conference on Animal Learning and Behavior (WCALB) is a friendly and informal meeting. It provides an opportunity to combine intensive, scientifically rigorous discussions on a variety of topics in human and nonhuman animal conditioning and learning with skiing at Beaver Mountain in Logan, one of Utah's best kept secrets. 

This year, the Winter Conference on Animal Learning and Behavior (WCALB) will be convened by Amy Odum in Logan, Utah.

Logan features free and easy public transportation as well as skiing and other winter sports. Check out things to do in Logan!

Keynote Address 2018:
Leveraging the Reinforcement Process to Promote Health: 
Tobacco Control and Regulatory Science as Exemplars

Stephen T. Higgins, PhD

February 17: Arrival, with light, complimentary dinner
February 18-20: Conference sessions 4-8pm
February 19: Closing banquet
February 21: Departure

View the call for papers and posters here. Submissions due January 15, 2018.