Papers and Sessions

General Information

Submission and System Instructions

Conference Theme Deadlines
Keywords Abstract Guidelines from Program Committee
Program Committee Types of Submissions
Duties of Chairs and Discussants Individual Paper Proposal Instructions
Frequently Asked Questions Session Proposal Instructions
Important changes for 2019 Annual meeting Volunteer to be a Chair or Discussant
Audio Visual Needs To Withdraw Your Participation
Disability Access Guidelines About Your Paper Presentation

Everyone attending the meeting is expected to register. Compliance is important for keeping our fees affordable, supporting the organizing entities, and advancing their goals. Only those who register will be included on the official Meeting Program (online and printed), or be allowed to present papers, or attend presentations and other functions. Registrants should wear their meeting badges at all times when at Meeting functions, and satellite events.

You do not have to be a member of LSA to participate in the meeting, although we encourage you to join, and will be delighted if you do.

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Participants are limited to:  

  1. One participation as a Paper Presenter, Roundtable Participant, Author, or Salon Presenter.
  2. Unlimited appearances as a Chair and/or Discussant on a panel.

Exemptions:  Exempted additional appearances include as a Reader on an Author Meets Reader session, or as a participant on a plenary, a Professional Development or Public Outreach session, or other special event solicited and/or authorized by the Program Committee Chairs.  For all other requests, there will be no exception to the rule.

Being a “non-presenting” paper co-authors does not count as your participation if they do not sit on the session panel and present the paper (Select “non-presenter” when the co-author is added to papers).

It is expected that you will allow your name to be added to the program only in accordance with these limitations.  You will be required to withdraw participations that exceed the limit. 

 

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