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Conference Program

Online schedule (including abstracts)

Conference program and information (PDF)

Abstract booklet (PDF)

Printable program overview - talks and symposia (DIN A3)

Program changes (March 23, 2022)

We recommend viewing the online schedule in a browser. For information on when your session will be, use the search function of your browser and search the author index ("All contributions by author name"). Please also check whether you are the session chair (as indicated at the top of each session).

The abstract book will be available for download soon. A printed copy of the abstract book can be purchased later directly from Pabst Science Publishers.

Information about the Virtual Venue

The TeaP 2022 conference will be hosted as a virtual event on the platform MeetAnyway in combination with Zoom. For more information, please go to Venue.

Information for Presenters

Talks and symposia will be presented in live sessions. Each speaker will have 12 minutes to present their work by screen-sharing their slides with the audience, followed by a 3-minute discussion. Please arrive at least 10 min before your session starts. Following each session, there will be additional time to further discuss the presented works.

Posters and no-data posters will be uploaded before the conference and can be viewed during the entire conference. Presenters will be available for questions and discussion in individual live calls during designated 90-min poster sessions. We recommend preparing four slides (excluding the title slide) in landscape format and saving them as a single multi-page PDF. This replaces the traditional A0 poster. Poster upload will open after the conference registration closes on March 18, 2022 at 1pm.

Keynotes will be held as live lectures, but recordings will be made available after the conference.

The official conference language is English, but some presentations will be given in German. To avoid possible confusion, the actual language of presentations must be consistent with the language of the accepted abstract.

Information for Session Chairs

Session chairs should keep an eye on the overall time in order to meet the conference schedule. We recommend that the session chair and all speakers arrive at least 10 minutes before the session starts. The session chair should then inform the other speakers about how they will be notified about their time left and how they will be interrupted if time runs out. Before each presentation, the session chair is asked to announce the speaker (and co-authors) and the title of the talk. If talks get cancelled, please adhere to the conference schedule and do not jump to the next talk.

Additional technical support for MeetAnyway and Zoom will be available before and during the sessions.

No-Data Poster Session

During the poster session on Wednesday, there will be 29 'no-data posters' presenting empirical research ideas in the early stages of a research project (before any data have been collected). This includes the outline of a planned PhD project or the experimental design of a novel study. The no-data posters will be visited by a nominated group of senior researchers and experts, who will provide feedback on each poster. In addition, the poster presenters look foward to advice and support by the general audience.

Confirmed experts: Gesine Dreisbach (Regensburg), Edgar Erdfelder (Mannheim), Betsy Fox (US Airforce), Robert Gaschler (Hagen), Daniel W. Heck (Marburg), Marc Jekel (Cologne), Kai Kaspar (Cologne), Veit Kubik (Bielefeld), Beatrice G. Kuhlmann (Mannheim), Thomas Lachmann (Kaiserslautern), Birte Moeller (Trier), Klaus Oberauer (Zurich), Jan Peters (Cologne), Christina Pfeuffer (Eichstätt-Ingolstadt), Roland Pfister (Würzburg), Thomas Schmidt (Kaiserslautern), Jutta Stahl (Cologne), and Robin Thomas (Miami).

Best Poster Award

The Fachgruppe Allgemeine Psychologie (General Psychology Section) of the German Psychological Society (DGPs) will grant three awards for the best posters presented by their student/associate/full members. On Wednesday, March 22, 2022 at 10.30am, the nominees of the TeaP Poster Award will present their "posters" (i.e., short video presentations) and discuss their work with the Poster Award committee. The committee will judge the scientific quality, originality, clarity, self-explanatory value, and poster design of each poster submission. The three winners will receive cash prizes (€300, €200, €100).

Meeting of the Fachgruppe Allgemeine Psychologie

The Fachgruppe Allgemeine Psychologie (General Psychology Section) of the German Psychological Society (DGPs) invites their members to a meeting on Monday, March 21, 2022 at 6pm. The meeting will take place on Zoom and can be joint over the MeetAnyway platform or the link in the conference program.

Social Events

We are happy to announce that the TeaP 2022 will offer two different occasions to meet old and new colleagues and have an altogether entertaining evening!
In the typical TeaP tradition, we will have a welcome reception on Sunday evening and a social evening on Tuesday.

For more information about the events, please go to Social Events.

Affiliate Event

The Women of Mathematical Psychology (WoMP) seek to promote the involvement of young women in the field, to build an international mentoring program for junior psychologists so as to assist them in professional development, and to highlight the contributions of women in mathematical psychology in order to inspire other women to pursue a career in the field.

Join the WoMP for a Virtual Spring Website Workshop on March 23, 2022 from 4.30pm to 5.30pm CET (11:30am to 12:30pm EST). Attendees will network while working together to crowdsource content for the WoMP website. This is a space for you to meet new people, reflect on your personal professional development journey, and help develop useful website resources. For more information about WoMP and the event, please look the WoMP Event flyer:

Download WoMP Event Flyer (PDF)