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Meeting 'Motor Behavior and Emotion', 21-23 nov 2016, Lille


Call for Participation and Oral Presentation

Motor Behavior and Emotion: the cognitive and affective factors that impact motor control

MB&E 2016 Workshop of the ARCIR network “Sport Plaisir"

November 21-23, 2016, Lille, France

Location: IMAGINARIUM - University of Lille


Lectures by World-wide Leading Scientists

Two Back-to-back Workshops | Three Poster Sessions

For more information, online registration and abstract submission please visit us at http://sport-plaisir.univ-lille3.fr/


This international conference targets to bring together researchers in sport psychology, cognitive psychology and affective sciences to foster discussion and exchange of expertise on the question of emotional motor behavior, from a fundamental, clinical and industrial point of view.

The overall conference theme is the underlying processes that modulate motor behavior.

It covers all areas of research interested in the questions of adaptive behavior as a function of personality traits individual preferences and/or motivational profiles. Individual differences in the way we act and interact with our environment are caused by physical, social, emotional and psychological factors. These parameters that can influence, e.g., preferences and tolerances, are rarely considered together in contemporary theories of human behavior. The aim of the 3-day conference will be to bring together recent findings on how cognition, motivation and emotion impact motor behavior, using a cross neuro-psycho-physiological approach. It includes both fundamental and applied research in the fields of cognitive and affective sciences, social and health psychology, as well as sport sciences.


Program Highlights

· Discover the largest Innovation Research Plateform in the Digital Arts - IRDIVE

· Learn about state of the art scientific knowledge about emotional movement sciences from international renown scientists

· Meet industrials that use the scientific knowledge to create the tools that enhance positive affects during leisure sports in healthy and clinical populations.

· Play with social robotic systems that show emotions


Important dates

· Abstract submission deadline: 31th May 2016

· Decision to authors: 20th July 2016

· Early registration deadline: 1st September 2016

· Conference dates: 21-23th November 2016