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Location: B110/111 |  Thursday, February 7  |  8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

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This pre-conference highlights work from nearly every area of social psychology, including moral judgment, social (in)justice, social cognition, intergroup relations, fairness, and ethical decision-making. We also welcome perspectives from related areas, such as cognitive and developmental psychology, philosophy, and law. We have an exciting line-up of invited speakers (see below)!

Scholars at all career stages are welcome to submit abstracts for consideration as a poster and/or data-blitz talk. See the Programming section below for more information on how to submit your work for consideration.


Tom Tyler, Yale University
Valerie Purdie-GreenawayColumbia University
Bertram GawronskiUniversity of Texas at Austin
Molly CrockettYale University
Fiery CushmanHarvard University
Liane YoungBoston College
Tessa DoverPortland State University


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In addition to the invited speakers listed above, this event will include a poster session and data-blitz talks. Anyone who would like to submit their work for consideration as a data-blitz talk and/or poster is welcome, regardless of career stage. 

Submissions for this preconference are now closed.


Here is the information we will need:

a) Please check if you would like to be considered for a poster and/or data-blitz talk. If you select both, we will assume that you would prefer to give a talk over a poster. Please note that the online portal also allows submitters to select “single-presenter talk”; please do not select that option.

b) Submission title

c) Names, e-mail addresses, and affiliations of all authors, in the order in which they should be listed in the program

d) 2 Abstracts (a 400-character version for the program and a 1200-character version for review purposes)

e) The online submission portal also asks if the work is empirical or theoretical as well as the publication status. Please submit empirical work only and although this is a great opportunity to present your most recent cutting-edge work that has not yet been published, but we will consider submissions of work at all stages.


Maureen Craig
Kristin Laurin


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