SSPP Conference Submission 2023 (Psychology)
The Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology announces a call for papers for its 114th Annual Meeting to be held in Louisville, Kentucky from March 9 through March 11, 2023. SSPP meetings feature concurrent programs in Philosophy and Psychology, as well as plenary sessions jointly sponsored by the Philosophy and Psychology Program Committees. The deadline for all psychology submissions is November 1, 2022.

Please enter your email for correspondence, name, institutional affiliation, and upload your paper submission or symposia proposal below.
  • Paper submissions must include an abstract of no more than 300 words. The abstract should succinctly describe the purpose, method, and result of research conducted by the submitting author(s). Unpublished research and research in progress are welcome, provided that data collection and analysis will be complete at the time of the meeting. At the top of the submission document, include the title of the submission and a list of one or more keywords that indicate the topic or area of study of your submission. Paper presentations at the meeting should about 15 minutes in length, and each presentation will be followed by a 5-10 minute question period.

  • Proposals for symposia must include a 750 word proposal for the symposium, a list of 3, 4 or 5  presenters and affiliations, including a chair for the session, and a short abstract (300 words or fewer) for each proposed paper. Symposia are 2 hours and 25 minutes divided among the speakers.

Selection will be based on quality, relevance to issues at the intersection of Philosophy and Psychology (as well as other sciences of the mind), and program considerations. The aim is to present a program that is as balanced as the quality of submissions in each area will allow (though papers addressing issues of gender, race, sexuality, bias, and social exclusion are especially encouraged). All papers and proposals must employ gender-inclusive language.

From the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, SSPP has been committed to responding quickly to medical evidence to support the safety of our membership. As we hold our second in-person conference since 2020, we will consider CDC guidelines and remain vigilant about establishing best practices for a safe meeting. We recommend that all participants are up-to-date on vaccinations, and recommend masking at the conference venue where possible. Required masking is a possible best practice that may be implemented for the meeting, if warranted by the situation in March 2023. 

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