2022 Conference Registration Now Open!

Conference registration is now open—click here to register. Registration will close on July 20, 2022. You will need to have an account on our new membership platform before registering. If you haven’t yet set up your account, you can do so here. The deadline for abstract submission has been extended to April 22, 2022. Please submit your abstract if you haven't yet done so. Travel support is available for presenting graduate students and postdocs courtesy of the Institute for Mental Chronometry (IMC). Our program for the 2022 meeting of the International ...

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Journal of Intelligence: Special Issue on Giftedness

Jakob Pietschnig and Tanja Baudson will be editing a special issue titled “A Century beyond Terman: Knowns and Unknowns about Cognitive Excellence” in the Journal of Intelligence. This special issue is broadly focusing on the topic of cognitive abilities and giftedness. Within this topical frame, empirical submissions are invited that focus on one or more of the following topics: - Group differences between gifted vs. non-gifted populations; - Predictors of exceptional cognitive abilities; - Perception of gifted individuals; - Cross-temporal changes in the ...

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New article by Kirsten Hilger and colleagues

A new article on intelligence has just been published in Cerebral Cortex by our board member Kirsten Hilger and her colleagues! Read the article here, or visit IDW-online for a nice synopsis. Thiele, J., Faskowitz, J., Sporns, O., & Hilger, K. (2022). Multi-Task Brain Network Reconfiguration is Inversely Associated with General Intelligence. Cerebral Cortex, 1-11.  Human intelligence is associated with adaptations of the brain to different cognitive demands: a new study shows that for brains of people with higher intelligence scores it is easier to adapt to ...

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ISIR 2022 Vienna: Travel Support for PhD Students and Postdoctoral Students/Trainees

As we prepare for our upcoming Vienna conference in July, we are pleased to announce that enrolled PhD Students and Postdocs who have either an oral presentation or a poster accepted for the conference (as a presenting senior author) may be eligible for travel support, thanks to the generosity of the Institute of Mental Chronometry. Reimbursement for documented transportation, lodging & meal expenses of up to $1,000 for travel within Europe or up to $1,500 for travel for all others. More information about this will be posted here, so please check in. We are very ...

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22nd Annual ISIR Conference: Vienna, July 25–27, 2022

Vienna city center
We are pleased to announce the 22nd annual ISIR conference, which will be held in person in the beautiful Austrian capital of Vienna with our local host Dr. Jakob Pietschnig. The conference will be held from Monday, July 25th to Wednesday the 27th in the Main Building of the University of Vienna. Our social event will take place on Tuesday, July 26 at the town hall. At this stage, we plan to host a symposium addressing a perennial question in intelligence research—what is the nature of g? We will update this website as speakers are confirmed. Despite the rousing ...

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