Who is eligible to participate?
To be eligible to compete, each team member must be a full-time graduate student or have graduated no earlier than April 30, 2023. Each team is limited to up to four (4) members, consisting of a single team lead and up to three (3) additional members.
What if I do not have a team. Can I still participate?
Yes, individual submissions will be accepted.
Do I have to register for IMPS 2023 to participate?
If you are submitting as an individual, you must register for IMPS 2023 and agree to present. If you are submitting as a team, at least one of your team members must register for IMPS 2023 and agree to present. The team lead does not have to be the person registered for IMPS.
When do I (or one of my team members) need to register for IMPS 2023?
You must register for the conference by May 21.
How is the winning team selected?
Teams’ initial project submissions are due on Friday, June 2, 2023 at 11:59pm PST. A panel of judges will select a group of finalist teams who will present their work during the IMPS 2023 conference. At the conference, the judges will select a winning team based on their proposal and presentation.
What does the winning team get?
The winning team receives a certificate and a cash prize of $2,000. They will also have the opportunity to present their completed project at IMPS 2024.
What are examples of proposal topics?
Below are a couple of links to examples of published studies that have incorporated generative AI for psychometric research. Note that this list is not exhaustive nor is it meant to define the breadth of projects, but merely to serve as inspiration and provide background or a starting point if needed.
- Automated item generation using GPT
- Emergent Intelligence\
- AI generates hypotheses:
- AI design experiments:
- AI drives more publications (Ben Blaiszik):