Current Issues in Mind-Wandering Research 2023

Presenter Information

Presenter Information


  • All presenters must register (registration period: February 15 – May 15, 2023) and pay the registration fee. It is not sufficient to have received a submission-acceptance message in order to attend the meeting.


  • The official conference language is English. All posters and talks should be prepared and delivered in English.

Talk-specific information

  • In talks, a particular topic (theoretical framework, empirical research) will be presented orally supported by slides.
  • The presentation time is 15 minutes, followed by a 5-minute discussion.
  • There will be only one talk per time slot so that all meeting attendees can attend all talks.
  • We recommend using standard files (e.g., power point) and fonts and refraining from bringing your own laptop. There will be a laptop in the presentation room and you will be able to transfer your presentation to this laptop before the start of your session.
  • Due to the live broadcast via Zoom, you will not be able to see the PowerPoint presentation view (which includes timing information, notest, a preview, etc.) during your talk. Therefore, please bring any potential presentation notes in printed form..

Poster-specific information

  • On posters, authors present their (theoretical or empirical) work in a concise manner using little text and supporting graphs.
  • Posters should be designed in portrait format (maximum size DinA0; i.e., 1189 mm x 841 mm). Due to the venue conditions (size of the movable walls) only posters in this format can be presented.
  • Should you wish to commission a local print shop in Heidelberg, please feel free to ask us for advice.
  • There will be one poster session on Thursday evening. We kindly ask authors to remain with their poster during the session.
  • Information about when and where to set up your poster will follow.