Fourth International Symposium on Cognition, Stress and Mental Health aims to provide a forum bringing together the Indian and Western models of cognition, stress, and health. This three-day symposium is being organized by the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. It will assemble researchers from across the country and abroad to share and exchange their experiences, skills and research findings. The symposium, with an objective to integrate the findings in the area of cognitive science with that of stress and mental health, will work in the direction of developing newer and more effective models of stress and mental health.
The 4th International Symposium on Cognition, Stress and Mental Health will spotlight on a number of topics, like: Cognitive Neuroscience of Attention, Dynamics of Attention, Attention and Perception, Attention and Consciousness, Emotion and Attention, Development of Attention, Attention in Language Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Ergonomics, Consciousness, Culture and Cognition, Emotions / Cognition Interface, Informatics Models of Brain, Language Acquisition, Language Development, Neural Models of Memory, Cognitive representation of health, Stress and cognitive performance, The cognitive mediators / moderators of stress and health, The Indian models of cognition, stress and mental health, The Western models of cognition, stress and mental health, health status and cognitive performance, etc.
The targeted visitors at the 4th International Symposium on Cognition, Stress and Mental Health 2009 are: Researchers, Scholars, Faculties from Community Colleges / Organizations, Psychologists, Students, University Personnel, etc.