Call for Abstract

26th Cognitive Neuroscience Congress, will be organized around the theme “Scientific gathering to unleash the new horizons in neurocognitive study.”

Neurocognitive 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Neurocognitive 2019

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Mental processes
  • Track 1-2Memory processes
  • Track 1-3Language processes
  • Track 1-4Metacognition
  • Track 1-5Abnormal psychology
  • Track 2-1Psychopharmacology
  • Track 2-2Genetic mechanism
  • Track 2-3Developmental mechanism
  • Track 2-4Genetic research technique
  • Track 2-5Linguistics
  • Track 3-1Visual perceptions
  • Track 3-2Language acquisition
  • Track 3-3Bilingualism
  • Track 3-4Whorf’s hypothesis
  • Track 3-5Piaget’s theory
  • Track 4-1Imitative resonance behaviors
  • Track 4-2Motor mimicry
  • Track 4-3Autism
  • Track 4-4Sleep paralysis
  • Track 4-5Automatic imitation
  • Track 5-1Epilepsy
  • Track 5-2Stroke
  • Track 5-3Congenital abnormalities
  • Track 5-4Autoimmune disorders
  • Track 5-5Lysosomal storage disease
  • Track 6-1Aging immune cells
  • Track 6-2Functional decline
  • Track 6-3Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Track 6-4Marshall protocol
  • Track 6-5Neuroendocrine imbalance
  • Track 7-1Action potential activity
  • Track 7-2Electrodiagnosis
  • Track 7-3Electrophysiologic retinal testing
  • Track 7-4Intracellular recording
  • Track 7-5Extracellular recording
  • Track 8-1Motor function
  • Track 8-2Partial insomnia
  • Track 8-3Drug overdose
  • Track 8-4Stroke
  • Track 8-5Sensory function
  • Track 9-1Peripheral nervous system
  • Track 9-2Psychopharmacology
  • Track 9-3Sleep deprivation
  • Track 9-4Sleep inertia
  • Track 9-5Amygdala
  • Track 10-1Clinical Neuropsychology
  • Track 10-2Cognitive Neuropsychology
  • Track 10-3Functional Neuroimaging
  • Track 10-4Neuroanatomy
  • Track 11-1Quantitative Electroencephalography
  • Track 11-2Neurofeedback
  • Track 11-3Connectogram
  • Track 11-4Functional magnetic resonance imaging
  • Track 11-5Positron emission tomography
  • Track 12-1Social Cognition
  • Track 12-2Attitude
  • Track 12-3Prejudice
  • Track 12-4Attribution Theory
  • Track 12-5Interpersonal Process
  • Track 13-1Childhood Epilepsy
  • Track 13-2Febrile Seizures
  • Track 13-3Moment disorders
  • Track 13-4Sleep disorders
  • Track 13-5Vascular neurology
  • Track 14-1Autism
  • Track 14-2Brain injury
  • Track 14-3Cerebral palsy
  • Track 14-4Down syndrome
  • Track 14-5Fetal alcohol syndrome
  • Track 14-6Intellectual disability
  • Track 15-1Functional magnetic resonance imaging
  • Track 15-2Hemoencephalography
  • Track 15-3Neuroplasticity
  • Track 15-4QEEG brain map
  • Track 16-1Unpleasant medical screenings
  • Track 16-2Ben Franklin effect
  • Track 16-3Psychological stress
  • Track 16-4Self-perception theory
  • Track 16-5Predictive dissonance