Submitting an abstract
Research on the cognitive and neural basis of language production at all levels (sublexical units, words, sentences, and dialogue), all modalities (speech, sign, and writing), and populations is welcome. Extensions or variations of research presented at the online 2021 IWoLP are eligible for submission to IWoLP 2022.
Composing your abstract
Abstracts must be submitted as a single pdf file with a total word limit of 500, with no figures or tables. Please use the Abstract Template for formatting. Abstracts that are not formatted according to this template may be rejected.
Opting in for poster blitz
During submission, you will be asked whether you’d like to be considered for the poster blitz sessions, a new addition to IWoLP 2022. Eighteen submissions will be selected quasirandomly and each receive a 4-minute oral presentation slot over three poster blitz sessions. The main goal of these sessions is to increase the diversity of presentations and exposure for junior scholars. Submissions selected for the poster blitz sessions will still be presented as full posters during the regular poster sessions.
Who is eligible: First authors who are junior scholars (undergraduate or graduate students, research assistants, or postdoctoral fellows) who plan to attend the conference in person and present a poster are eligible to apply. Abstracts submitted for poster blitz must present completed research at the time of submission.
The selection process: Selection will follow a quasirandom procedure. All eligible submissions that have checked the box “Are you interested in participating in Poster Blitz?” will be assigned random numbers and the 18 lowest numbers will be picked for selection, with the constraint that only one poster from a senior PI’s lab will be selected. Senior PIs must be identified by the submitter at the time of submission.