Measuring Behavior 2000

Proceedings of the
3rd International Conference on Methods and Techniques
in Behavioral Research

Nijmegen, The Netherlands
15-18 August 2000

Measuring Behavior 2000, the 3rd International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioral Research was held at the University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 15-18 August 2000. With almost 300 delegates from 35 countries, the meeting was a great success. The conference offered a variety of ways to gather and exchange information. The scientific program consisted of oral presentations, poster sessions, demonstrations and scientific tours. What made Measuring Behavior 2000 extra special were the technical training sessions, user meetings, special interest groups and workshops. There was also an exhibition of scientific books, instruments and software. Of course, a pleasant social program was included as well. If you want to taste the atmosphere during and after the meeting, take a look at the photo gallery!

Conference Venue

Measuring Behavior 2000 was held at the University of Nijmegen, the only full-scale university in the eastern and southern parts of the Netherlands. Its eight faculties, which include a faculty of exact sciences and a medical faculty with a university hospital, offer a wide range of teaching programs. The high quality of the university's postgraduate schools and research institutes has received national and international recognition, especially in the fields of cognition research and information technology, chemistry, solid-state physics and research into language and behavior.

More Information

Click on one of the links below for more information about the conference:
  • The Measuring Behavior Conferences - Measuring Behavior 2000 was the third in a series. Read about the background and the concept behind the conferences.
  • Published Conference Papers - A selection of papers from the conference has been published as a special issue of the journal Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers. Click here to review the contents and to order your personal copy.
  • Conference Program at a Glance - An overview of all conference activities, organized by day.
  • Presentations: Index by Topic - An overview of all oral presentations, posters and demonstrations, grouped by topic category, with links to the abstracts.
  • Presentations: Index by Author - An overview of all oral presentations, posters and demonstrations, ordered alphabetically by first author, with links to the abstracts.
  • Scientific Tours - Seven behavioral research laboratories in and around the University of Nijmegen offered guided tours to conference delegates.
  • Technical Training - Technical training and assistance in the use of software and instrumentation for behavioral research is one of the key elements of a Measuring Behavior conference.
  • Exhibition - Thirteen companies participated in an exhibition of instruments and software.
  • User Meetings - These sessions were organized by manufacturers of software and instrumentation for behavioral and physiological research. The program included presentations about new developments, demonstrations of new products and a panel discussion.
  • Special Interest Group - The place to be for in-depth discussions on specific methodological or technical topics.
  • Workshop - A great opportunity to get instructions in new techniques, products and equipment from the manufacturers.
  • Social Program - The program included various informal occasions where one met coleagues while enjoying haute cuisine!
  • Conference Venue - Information about the conference site, the University and the city of Nijmegen.
  • Conference Organization - Program Committee, Local Organizing Committee and Advisory Board.
  • Quotes from Delegates - Read what participants had to say about the meeting.
  • Photo Gallery - The Measuring Behavior 2000 Photo Gallery gives you an impression of the atmosphere during the conference. Have a look!

The Measuring Behavior 2000 proceedings are available (at a price of NLG 50, shipping costs not included). You can order them by sending an e-mail to our Congress Secretariat We only accept payment by credit card.

Last updated: 12 February 2002