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Australian Society for Mathematical Psychology

The Australian Society for Mathematical Psychology (OzMP) is a group formed out of the long-running annual meeting. For several decades, this meeting has gathered MathPsych researchers from around Australia and more broadly, to discuss their research in a friendly and single-stream format. The Society was formed after discussions at the 2021 meeting, held in Newcastle NSW. It is open to all researchers with an interest in Mathematical Psychology and a connection with the Australian context, subject to the bylaws.

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Australasian Mathematical Psychology Conference 2021

The 2021 meeting of the Australasian Mathematical Psychology Conference (AMPC) took place on 11 and 12 February 2021 in Newcastle NSW, and also online.

AMPC is a forum for presenting the latest research on mathematical and computational methods for the study of psychology and neuroscience. AMPC is open to a variety of research topics including but not limited to low-level perception through to high-level cognition, behaviour, emotion, communication, and group and inter-group processes.

Owing to COVID-19 restrictions, AMPC 2021 occured in a hybrid in-person and online format using an innovative 'flipped classroom' approach. Our aim was to minimize the time spent watching talks during the conference and maximize the time available for discussion and scholarly interaction in sorely-missed in-person events throughout 2020.

The in-person events took place at Noah's On The Beach, Newcastle. Virtual attendance was available throughout the conference for attendees who were unable to travel to Newcastle.