Submissions
Submission of empirical and theoretical work from all metacognitive topics is eligible for submission. Furthermore, we encourage the submission of high-quality work-in-progress. All submissions will be subjected to a blind peer-review process.


  • Paper submissions require author information including affiliations, a title, and an abstract with up to 3.000 characters (including spaces and returns).
  • The presenter has 15 minutes to present a paper and after each paper there are 5 minutes for general discussions. Therefore, we calculate 20 minutes for each paper presantation..
  • The programme committee will organize sets of up to 5 individually submitted but related papers into paper sessions and appoint chairs who are responsible for keeping the paper session on schedule and for moderating the general discussions.
  • All meeting rooms will be equipped with notebooks including speakers, LCD projectors, and overhead projectors. Presenting PowerPoint slides or traditional overhead transparencies will be possible as well as showing videos (.avi format).


  • Poster submissions require author information including affiliation, a title, and an abstract with up to 3.000 characters (including spaces and returns).
  • In order to provide the entire audience with short information on all posters, each presenter has the opportunity to introduce his / her poster 1 minute in a plenum session. After all of these short presentations the audience will visit the posters according to their interests and discuss with the presenter.
  • The programme committee will organize posters into poster sessions and appoint chairs who are responsible for keeping the sessions on schedule. During the poster sessions we will serve drinks and appetizers.
  • All meeting rooms will be equipped with notebooks including speakers, LCD projectors, and overhead projectors. Presenting PowerPoint slides or traditional overhead transparencies will be possible as well as showing videos (.avi format). For the posters, regular stands will be available (poster size maximum: 140 cm high x 115 cm wide).


  • Symposium submissions require information about the symposium, each of the single papers, and the discussion: For the symposium, we need information about the chair(s) including affiliation, a title, and an abstract with up to 1.500 characters (including spaces and returns). For the papers, the requirements are the same as for individual papers: Paper submissions require author information including affiliation, a title, and an abstract with up to 3.000 characters (including spaces and returns). For the discussion, information about the discussant(s) including affiliation has to be provided.
  • A chair (or two chairs) will organize a symposium of related empirical or theoretical papers that allow for the deep elaboration of one topic. The 1. organizer/chair will submit all information regarding the symposium, including all information regarding individual papers. During the conference, the chair(s) is/are responsible for keeping the symposium on schedule and for moderating the general discussions.
  • Symposia consist of up to 4 paper presentations and 1 discussion. The discussion is optional and chairs may also submit symposia proposals with less than four papers.
  • For each paper the same guidelines apply as for regular paper presentations: The presenter has 15 minutes to present the paper and after each paper there are 5 minutes for general discussions. Therefore, we calculate 20 minutes for each paper presentation.
  • Optionally, one discussant will discuss the set of papers. As for papers, the discussant has 15 minutes to present his or her perspective and afterwards there are 5 minutes for general discussion. Therefore, we calculate 20 minutes for the discussion.
  • All meeting rooms will be equipped with notebooks including speakers, LCD projectors, and overhead projectors. Presenting PowerPoint slides or traditional overhead transparencies will be possible as well as showing videos (.avi format).

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