The purpose of ISARP is to promote and advance knowledge of the interrelationships between psychological and physiological aspects of respiration in research and application.
Conference Announcement from ISARP Conference Chairs Thomas Janssens, PhD and Thomas Ritz, PhD
It is a distinct pleasure to invite you to the 2015 International Society for the Advancement of Respiratory Psychophysiology (ISARP) meeting in Seville, Spain. For more than 30 years scientists from diverse backgrounds including medicine, psychology, and physiotherapy have gathered to explore the frontiers of respiratory psychophysiology and its application in a wide range of specialty disciplines, such as pulmonology, pediatrics, behavioral medicine, health psychology, psychiatry, and allergy and immunology, to name just a few. The spirit of these interdisciplinary meetings will continue into 2015 at a location of breathtaking beauty in the Santa Cruz Quarter of Seville and the very heart of traditional Spain in Andalusia.
We look forward to two days of symposia with cutting edge research presentations and expert discussions. Please join us for the welcome reception on Friday evening, October 9th, at the Hotel Fernando III. Symposia, papers, and poster presentations will follow on Saturday and Sunday, October 10-11th.
More information on the conference location and accommodation will be found on the ISARP website. More details regarding conference registration and abstract submission will be emailed and posted on the website soon.
We hope to see you all in October! Don’t hesitate to email with any questions you might have.
Thomas Janssens, Ph.D.
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium
Thomas Ritz, Ph.D.
Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, USA