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

Presenter's Name *
Presenter's Name
Presenter's category *
Category of submission *
Please put each on a line by itself (e.g., "Linda Henkel, Fairfield University")
Please draft this in a word processor and ensure that it includes no more than 100 words and then cut and paste into this box. This box will NOT constrain your entry, but we will arbitrarily truncate it at 100 words.
Please draft this in a word processor and ensure that it includes no more than 500 words and then cut and paste into this box. This box will NOT constrain your entry, but we will arbitrarily truncate it at 500 words.

 

Symposium Proposal Submission form

Symposium

A symposium is a focused session in which individual speakers present their research on a common issue. Symposia should have the dual goals of providing diversity of perspective and integrating those perspectives into a meaningful whole. A symposium includes a chair, three to four presenters, and a discussant (optional). Symposia are scheduled in 80-minute time slots and should allow for discussion among presenters and the audience. 

To Submit a Symposium — Enter the following information:

  • Symposium Title (required): The title should be descriptive as this will be listed without the abstract on many convention materials and attendees often build their convention schedules based on titles.

  • Organizer Information:

    • Symposium Organizer (required)

      • Name, E-mail Address, & Affiliation

    • Symposium Co-Organizer (optional)

      • Name, E-mail Address, & Affiliation

  • Abstract Describing the Symposium (100 word maximum)

  • Supporting Summary (700 word maximum, plain-text format)

  • Presenter Information:

    • Presenters 1, 2, & 3 (required)

      • Name, Affiliation, Co-Authors (5 maximum), Presentation Title, & Abstract (100 word maximum)

    • Presenter 4 (optional)

      • Name, Affiliation, Co-Authors (5 maximum), Presentation Title, & Abstract (100 word maximum)

    • Discussant (optional)

      • Name, Affiliation, Co-Authors (5 maximum), Presentation Title, & Abstract (100 word maximum)

Symposium Organizer's Name *
Symposium Organizer's Name
Please type the full, standard name of your affiliation.
Symposium Co-Organizer's Name
Symposium Co-Organizer's Name
Please draft this in a word processing program and ensure that it consists of no more than 100 words and then cut and paste into the field below. This box will NOT constrain the word count but we will arbitrarily truncate at 100 words before sending to reviewers.
Please draft this in a word processing program and ensure that it consists of no more than 700 words and then cut and paste into the field below. This box will NOT constrain the word count but we will arbitrarily truncate at 700 words before sending to reviewers.
Please put each on a line by itself (e.g., "Linda Henkel, Fairfield University")
Please put each on a line by itself (e.g., "Linda Henkel, Fairfield University")
Please put each on a line by itself (e.g., "Linda Henkel, Fairfield University")
Please put each on a line by itself (e.g., "Linda Henkel, Fairfield University")
Please put each on a line by itself (e.g., "Linda Henkel, Fairfield University")