SARMAC XIII Submissions
Below there is a Paper/Poster Submission Form and, below that, a Symposium Submission Form.
SARMAC aims for a conference program in which the substantial majority of the spoken papers are presented by established experts in applied cognition. Therefore, proposals for spoken papers by professionals will be prioritized over those by students. Submitters can indicate that although they prefer one format (e.g., spoken paper) they will accept an invitation to present in the other (e.g., a poster) if space in their preferred format is not available.
Submissions are to be made by the presenting author of the proposed paper/poster (or by the organizer of a symposium), and that person will also serve as the corresponding author. It is OK for the presenting author not to be the first author (e.g., a faculty member might present research from a student's thesis with the student as first author). You may make more than one submission but if the schedule gets too tight we may limit the number of papers an individual is invited to present.
NOTE: After you click "submit" you should get an immediate confirmation on the browser page that your submission has been received. You will not receive another acknowledgement of receipt at this time.
Paper/Poster Submission Form
Each symposium is to consist of either (a) five 18-minute presentations or (b) four 17-minute presentations followed by an 17-minute panel discussion/Q&A session/demonstration/activity (with one minute between each component). The symposium organizer may or may not give a presentation and if they do it could take any of a variety of forms (e.g., could serve as discussant rather than presenting new data).
Symposium organizers must do the ground work of collecting information from the symposium presenters to be entered into the fields below before completing this application. Please do this in a word processing document and then cut and paste the information into the fields below. We apologize for the hassle, but this is a huge benefit to us because all of the information is nicely structured in an Excel file for review.