The Second Biennial Conference
on Cognitive Science

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Interdisciplinary colloquium organized within the Second Biennial Conference on Cognitive Science
(June 9-13, 2006, St.-Petersburg, Russia).

Among colloquium participants are world's leading psychologists, psycholinguists, neurolinguists, and linguists interested in the interrelationship between emotions and cognition in monolingual and bilingual mental lexicons: Jeanette Altarriba (SUNY Albany, USA), Jean-Marc Dewaele (University of London, UK), Catherine Harris (Boston University, USA), Viorica Marian (Northwestern University, USA), Renata Meuter (Queensland University of Technology, Australia), Aneta Pavlenko (Temple University, USA), Norman Segalowitz (Concordia University, Canada), and Valery Solovyev (Kazan University, Russia).

We welcome discussions on the following topics:

  • Interaction between emotions and cognition
  • Cognitive processing of emotion vocabulary
  • Representation of emotion words in the mental lexicon (monolingual or bilingual)

The Symposium is scheduled for one working day of the conference. The working languages of the Symposium are Russian and English.

We invite all professionals and specialists in the fields of cognitive sciences to submit an abstract. If you wish to participate please send your abstracts on the topics suggested above simultaneously to BOTH of the following addresses and (a copy to Abstracts can be submitted in either English or Russian as an attachment in Word (.doc) format. Please do not write your abstract in the body of the message. Abstracts should be no longer than 2 pages (Times New Roman 12 size, single-spaced) including bibliography and graphs.

The body of the message should include:

  • the title of the paper
  • the author(s) information, including:
    • full name
    • affiliation
    • educational status or degree (undergraduate student, graduate student, Ph.D., etc.)
    • postal address
    • phone number
    • e-mail address
  • 5 to 7 keywords
  • the title of the Workshop

Please do not include this information in the attachment.

The Program Committee will inform the authors of its decision of acceptance no later than February 15, 2006.

Symposium Organizers:

Valery Solovyev, Kazan University, Russia (
Aneta Pavlenko, Temple University, USA (