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WCALB | Accommodations


The all inclusive cost for registration, four nights in a shared Snowblaze condominium, an opening buffet reception, snacks during sessions and a dinner at a fine restaurant in Winter Park is only $375 per person or $750 per couple (couples have their own room, usually with private bath, in a condo). The Snowblaze is located in Winter Park near restaurants and shops. It has an excellent health club with sauna, steam room, hot tub, pool, weight room and handball courts. All units have complete kitchens.

If available, a family can have an entire 2-bedroom condominium unit for $1,125 plus $115 for each person over three. The 2-bedroom units each sleep up to six people if a convertible sofa in the living room is used.  All family members are invited to the opening buffet reception, Conference dinner and sessions.


We will be in the Colorado Rockies just a week before the prime ski season starts.  Therefore, condominiums need to be reserved early.  If you think you would like to attend WCALB 2014, please let me (sweiss@american.edu) know ASAP by e-mail and send your refundable (until November 30) deposit ($50 per person, $100 per couple, $200 per family) by October 21, 2014. This will help insure a place for you in our limited number of reserved condominiums. Make checks out to Stanley Weiss, WCALB with "WCALB 2015" in the lower left corner.  Final payment is due November 30, 2014.

Please send your payment to:

Stan Weiss, Convener
Winter Conference on Animal Learning & Behavior
Department of Psychology
American University
Washington, DC 20016

We will do our best to include late registrants in the Conference, but often they have had to pay substantially more for their accommodations because they couldn't be housed in a reserved condominium. Therefore, if you are interested in attending the Conference let me know soon and send your refundable deposit (until November 30).  A CALL for presentations will go out to registered participants in early December. If you have any questions or suggestions, contact me at sweiss@american.edu.