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Extended Abstract @ VIRTUAL ICCM 2022

For submissions accepted as posters at Virtual ICCM, there will be a dedicated virtual poster session during which presenters are expected to be in attendance.

For talks at Virtual ICCM, you must submit a 15-minute video presentation, while for posters it is a 5-minute video.  There will then be a virtual Q&A session for talks, and there will be a separate virtual poster session for the posters.  These videos must be submitted by June 30.

Because these presentations 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 prerecorded presentation for the 2022 International Conference on Cognitive Modeling."
To submit a presentation after the abstract is approved, log in and go to your Profile, and select My submissions. You will need the YouTube Video link.  Videos should be submitted no later than June 30, 2022.

Presentation types at Virtual MathPsych/ICCM 2022