London Conference 1999 Reports: Clocks, calendars and cognition
Associate Editor for Conference reports Fiona Jones introduces our coverage of the 1999 London Conference.
THE final conference before the year 2000 featured the appropriate theme of ‘The psychology of time’ — a theme that attracted a range of contributions encompassing clinical, cognitive and neuropsychological approaches. A flavour of the variety of approaches to the topic is given in the reviews published here, including Peter Coleman’s talk on reminiscence and John Wearden’s on time and the brain.
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