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 Society journal is the Journal of Mathematical Psychology.
Executive Committee Members:
Society President and Vice-President: Amy Criss (Syracuse University) is the current President and Andrew Heathcote (University of Newcastle) is the current Vice-President.
Appointed Members: Jun Zhang (Federation representative), Hans Colonius (European Mathematical Society representative), Richard Golden (Secretary-Treasurer), and Philip Smith (JMP Editor-In-Chief).
Elected Members: Scott Brown (University of Newcastle) , Pernille Hemmer (Rutgers University), Jennifer Trueblood (Vanderbilt University), Clintin Davis-Stober (University of Missouri)
William K. Estes Early Career Award Winners
This year we have two recipients of the William K. Estes Early Career Award. Congratulations to both Chris Donkin (University of New South Wales) and Brandon Turner (Ohio State University) who will each give plenary talks at this year’s SMP meeting.
R. Duncan Luce Outstanding Paper Award
Congratulations to 2015 recipients Joseph W. Houpt and James T. Townsend. The award was given for their paper “Statistical measures for workload capacity analysis,” published in Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 56, 341-355.
Membership Dues, Joining the Society, Email Address Updates, and Donations
To renew your membership or submit a donation or submit a change of address, click on the Dues & Donations link.
49th Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology (August 4 - 7)
The conference will take place at the Heldrich Hotel, New Brunswick and at Rutgers University (New Brunswick Campus) immediately preceding the 2016 Cognitive Science Conference in Philadelphia. For conference information, please visit the hotel information on the official conference website.
More information on the conference generally can be found at the official conference website: mathpsych.org/conferences/2016/
Student Conference Participation Awards (April 15, 2016 Deadline)
Student members of the society are eligible to apply for a Student Conference Participation Award. Details can be found here. The application for the Award must be submitted by April 15, 2016.
Abstract Submission Time Period (March 1, 2016 – April 15, 2016)
Acceptance of abstracts will begin on March 1st. Please visit the conference website: www.mathpsych.org/conferences/2016 for information on how to submit your abstract.
Mathematical Psychology Conference Poster
Don’t forget to post the Mathematical Psychology Conference Poster, which you can find here.