Toward A Science Of Consciousness 2004
April 7-11, 2004
Tucson Convention Center
The sixth “Toward a Science of Consciousness” conference will be held at the Tucson Convention Center in Tucson, Arizona, on April 7-11, 2004. This conference will mark the tenth anniversary of the landmark Tucson consciousness conference in 1994.
Registration fees are $230 (regular) and $130 (students). The full program for the conference is now available on the conference website. The program includes plenary and concurrent oral sessions, poster sessions, and pre-conference workshops (April 6-7). Additional events will include a reception (Wednesday April 7), a conference banquet at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum (Friday April 9), a poetry slam (Saturday April 10), and an end-of-conference party (Sunday April 11).
PL4: HOW DO HALLUCINOGENS AFFECT CONSCIOUSNESS?
Thursday April 8, 2-4:10pm
Alexander Shulgin, Hallucinogens and Consciousness
Franz Vollenweider, Brain Mechanisms of Hallucinogens
Thomas Ray, The Chemical Architecture of the Human Mind: Probing Receptor Space with Psychedelics
C14: ART AND CONSCIOUSNESS
Thursday April 8, 4:30-6:35pm
[Hanna, Ascott, Little, Seeley, Lobell]
C19: HALLUCINOGENS AND CONSCIOUSNESS
Saturday April 10, 4:30-6:35pm
[Carter, Winkelman, Levin, Jansen, Mercante]