Watch keynote talks on YouTube!
- President’s Invited Address: Steven Pinker
- Keynote Address: Roberto Colom
- Holden Award: Alice Dreger
- Invited Address: Paul Sackett & Nathan Kuncel
- Distinguished Contributor Interview: Robert Plomin
The conference offers an unrivalled opportunity for those interested in intelligence to meet, present their research, and discuss current questions and applications. The 2015 local hosts were Professors Rex Jung and Ron Yeo.
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LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD ADDRESS
Leading scholar, JOHN LOEHLIN, University of Texas, Austin
Understanding Human Intelligence: The Brain Connection
DISTINGUISHED CONTRIBUTOR INTERVIEW
What Do College Admissions Tests Predict, and for Whom?: Insights from a Large Scale Research Program
PRESIDENT’S INVITED ADDRESS
STEVEN PINKER Harvard University The Sense of Style: How to Think About Writing in the 21st Century.
HOLDEN MEMORIAL ADDRESS FOR DISTINGUISHED JOURNALISM
|ALICE DREGER, author of Galileo’s Middle Finger.
Understanding Science Journalists and Why They Misunderstand You
Wine tour on the afternoon of the 17th
For morning or lunch, perhaps take a breaking bad tour, visit the (great) zoo, or just get lunch at one of many nice diners in town.
VENUE & Hotel
Travel: The hotel is a 10-minute cab ride from the airport.
The conference Hotel is now booked out. We recommend the Hyatt or Double Tree, both within easy walking distance.
Electronic submissions opened March 1 and closed May 15, 2015.
The advance program is available above.
Poster presentation advice: Poster boards accept a maximum size poster of 36-inches tall x 48-inches wide. Posters will be affixed with thumb tacks.
Conference registration includes complimentary welcome reception (sponsored by Elsevier), banquet on the second night, and lunch each day – your name badge gives you entry to these included events. The banquet (conference dinner) will be held at the Hotel Andaluz conference venue.
Register by July 31, 2015 to receive the discounted rate.
Payment may be made via MasterCard, Visa, or American Express. If unable to pay by credit card, contact Tim Keith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration fees (in US-Dollar) are being held at last year’s rates:
By July 31
After July 31
|Faculty and Postdocs||Member||$ 300||$ 440|
|Nonmember||$ 390||$ 600|
|Student||Member||$ 125||$ 250|
|Nonmember||$ 210||$ 345|
Note: ISIR membership is $40 for regular members and $20 for students. Member can subscribe to the journal at the heavily discounted rates of $40 for electronic access/$60 paper + electronic access.
Travel grants (deadline July 31st): A small number of travel grants will be awarded to graduate students who present a paper at the conference. Priority will be given to students with no other source of travel support or with particularly high travel costs. To apply, e-mail Yulia Kovas your name, affiliation, any other sources of travel support, and whether you have previously received ISIR travel support. You should get an acknowledgement by return e-mail. If not, then follow this up. Decisions will announced on August 10.
John B. Carroll Award. Awarded to the student whose paper is rated as using the best methods. Includes a $500 cash award.
ISIR best graduate student presentation award Awarded to the graduate student who gives the best presentation. Includes a $500 cash award.
FUTURE CONFERENCE SITES
The Board of Directors invites hosting proposals for future conferences. Please send expressions of interest and a request for proposal guidelines to the President-Elect by September 1st. All proposals will be reviewed by the Board of Directors