Attendee Registration

Please read all of the following instructions carefully.

All presenters and attendees must register! 

Faculty sponsors, guests, co-authors, and everyone who is NOT the primary presenter

  • Click on the registration button at the bottom of the page to register.

Registration for First Authors (the primary person giving the presentation)

  • Empirical, theoretical, and review presentations are eligible for submission. Presentations are not acceptable if you merely propose a research study without actually doing it. Data collection should be done in time for your presentation at the conference.

  • Abstracts are not reviewed before being accepted (they are "accepted").

  • Presenters are expected to be undergraduate students, although they need not be psychology majors. Psi Chi membership is not required for participation.

  • Students can be a first author on only one presentation, but may be a co-author on other presentations. The first author is assumed to be the primary presenter. 

  • If you are a co-author and the first author is not attending, register as the first author so you can submit the abstract. 

  • You must submit your abstract at the time of registration. 

    • Submission of abstracts must be done by the FIRST author only.

    • There is a 1000 character limit on the abstract (approximately 150 words). You can check characters at: (spaces count!)

    • The abstract should follow the APA guidelines for abstracts.

    • Type your abstract on the submission page, or copy and paste it from a plain text editor like Notepad so that quotes, hyphens, or other unusual characters display properly in the printed program.

  • Faculty sponsors should not be listed as co-authors. (Submissions are not peer-reviewed and the focus of the conference is on undergraduate research.)

  • We cannot honor requests to present at particular times on the day of the conference.

  • Registration is not complete until you make your payment.

Students must choose one of the following options for their presentations: 

  1. Talk. Students who are presenting will be expected to give a 10-minute talk with 2-3 minutes for questions.  

  2. Printed Poster (Limited to the first 20 presenters who select this option at the time of registration). Please view the Poster Guidelines

How To Register:

Click on the "Register" button below and complete all relevant fields. You should receive an email confirmation of your registration. If you don't get the email, you might want to check your spam folder. Or, just print the confirmation page for your own records. 

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