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The Society for Mathematical Psychology promotes the advancement and communication of research in mathematical psychology and related disciplines. Mathematical psychology is broadly defined to include work of a theoretical character that uses mathematical methods, formal logic, or computer simulation. The official journals of the society are Journal of Mathematical Psychology and Computational Brain & Behavior.

Society News and Updates
News from MP2011

The 44th Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology was held at Tuft's July 15-18. Thanks go to local organizer Rich Chechile and his team for a very successful meeting, and to the NSF, AFOSR, and Cognitive Science Society for their financial support.

Highlights included

  • Plenary presentations from newly elected NAS member Barbara Dosher, Yann Le Cun, and 2010 Estes Early Career Award Winner Janne Kujala
  • A well attended "women in mathematical psychology" pre-conference meeting, with Barbara Dosher as a guest speaker
  • A post-conference workshop on "multinomial processing trees" run by Bill Batchelder, Rich Chechile, and Xiangen Hu


News coming from the meeting includes

  • The 2011 William K. Estes Early Career Award winner is Charles Kemp from CMU, who will give a plenary address at the 2012 meeting in Columbus, OH
  • The 2011 R. Duncan Luce Oustanding Paper Award winner is Clintin P. Davis-Stober from the University of Missouri, for his paper "Multinomial models under linear inequality constraints: Applications to measurement theory"
  • The 2011 winner of the best student poster on a cognitive science topic, sponsored by the Cognitive Science Society is Gilles Dutilh, from the University of Amsterdam, for his poster "A Phase Transition Model for the Speed-Accuracy Trade-Off"
  • New executive board members are Amy Criss from Syracuse, and Andrew Heathcote from the University of Newcastle, replacing outgoing members Zyg Pizlo and Jun Zhang
  • The new society president is Eric-Jan Wagenmakers, from the University of Amsterdam, and Robin Thomas from the Miami University of Ohio is now the vice-president
SJDM 2011 Call for Abstracts

The Society for Judgment and Decision Making (SJDM) invites abstracts for symposia, oral presentations, and posters on any interesting topic related to judgment and decision making. Completed manuscripts are not required. Details are available here:

SJDM's annual conference will be held in the Sheraton Seattle Hotel, Seattle, Washington, during November 5-7, 2011. Early registration and welcome reception will take place the evening of Friday, November 4. Hotel reservations at the $186/night. Psychonomic convention rate will be available.

The deadline for submissions is July 1, 2011. Submissions for symposia, oral presentations, and posters should be made through the SJDM website at Technical questions can be addressed to the webmaster at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . All other questions can be addressed to the program chair, Nathan Novemsky, at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it '; document.write( '' ); document.write( addy_text66222 ); document.write( '<\/a>' ); //--> This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Nathan Novemsky (Chair), Michel Regenwetter, Bernd Figner, Robyn LeBoeuf, Gretchen Chapman, Ulf Reips, Wandi Bruine de Bruin, Ellie Kyung, Anuj Shah.

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