Midwest Cognitive Science Conference

Submissions

Dates and Deadlines

Abstract submission for talks and posters opens November 18, 2013.  The deadline for abstract submission has been extended to March 8, 2014.  Authors will be notified whether their abstract has been accepted as a poster or as a talk by April 1st, 2014.

Where to submit?

Abstracts may be submitted here.

When submitting your abstract you will be asked to provide information about the author(s), preferred presentation format, title of the paper and the abstract itself, with a maximum of 250 words.

Who can submit?

Research abstracts may be submitted by researchers in cognitive science and related disciplines including industry researchers, faculty, post-docs, graduate students and undergraduate students.

Any one person may present only one paper, but may also be a co-author of other papers.

What to submit?

The conference invites submission in any area of cognitive science, including:

  • Animal cognition
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Attention
  • Behavioral and cognitive neuroscience
  • Categorization
  • Cognitive development
  • Cognitive psychology
  • Computational and mathematical models of cognition
  • Dynamical systems
  • Ethology
  • Evolution of cognition
  • Judgement and Decision Making
  • Learning sciences
  • Language and linguistics
  • Machine intelligence and learning
  • Memory
  • Methodology
  • Robotics
  • Social Cognition
  • Philosophy of mind

Example abstracts can be found in last year’s program.

Acceptance Policy

Papers will be accepted on the basis of their quality and suitability for the conference. We hope to accommodate all participants who wish to present. Please note that because we have only a limited number of slots for spoken presentations, authors who request a spoken presentation preference may be changed to a poster format (you will be notified). The "prestige" of posters and spoken presentations is equal in MW CogSci; spoken sessions are based on the clusters of related topics in the submissions.