The Social Cognition Preconference, sponsored by the International Social Cognition Network (ISCON), spotlights emerging research that uses the methods and theories of social cognition to address psychological phenomena. This year, the program highlights social cognition from basic mechanisms to applications.
Jennifer Kubota, firstname.lastname@example.org, University of Delaware
Kate Ratliff, email@example.com, University of Florida
We will be accepting submissions for data blitz talks and poster presentations. Data blitz talk submissions are open to post-docs and pre-tenure faculty. Anyone may submit a poster.
We will begin accepting submissions on Sept. 1. All submissions must be completed by 11:59 PM PT on Nov. 15., after which the review process will begin.
Submitters will be notified of decisions by mid-December.
Posters will be evaluated on relevance to social cognition and scientific rigor with priority going to early-career scholars.
If you have questions, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org or the preconference organizer listed above.
Our Submission Guide outlines all the information needed for submitting to a preconference.
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Yoav Bar-Anan, Tel Aviv University
April Bailey, University of New Hampshire
Paige Lloyd, Denver University
ISCON Early Career Award
ISCON Best Paper Award
Lunch break & Poster Session
Jin Goh, Colby College
Sa-kiera Hudson, Berkeley Haas
Nilanjana Dasgupta, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Michael Kraus, Yale
Keynote: Jeff Sherman, University of California Davis