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Talk @ MathPsych 2022 IN PERSON

In-person MathPsych Talks are spoken presentations accompanied by a slide deck.  Each speaker is assigned a 20-minute presentation slot, which is typically divided into 15 minutes for presenting and 5 minutes of question time.

Since there will not be an option for people to attend the in-person conference remotely, presenters may wish to archive a recording of their presentation on the Society's website.  This is entirely optional.  Because these recordings will be published by the Society for Mathematical Psychology, we have added minor rules regarding the format and style of the presentation:
  1. Talks should be recorded as screencasts, showing only slides with voiceover (not, e.g., a camera recording of a presenter and a projection).
  2. Talks should begin with our standardized title slide. You can download the title slide for your presentation from the My submissions section in your Profile.
  3. Presenters should start the recording by introducing themselves by name ("Hello, my name is...") and stating that "this is a presentation for the 2022 Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology."
To submit a presentation any time after the abstract is approved, log in and go to your Profile, and select My submissions. You will need the YouTube Video link.  There is no particular deadline for this.

Presentation types at In-Person MathPsych/ICCM 2022