It’s the 21st Annual Cognition in the Rough!!!
Are you working on cognition-related research? Would you like to discuss your work with major scholars in the field? Now is the time to prepare for the 21st annual “COGNITION IN THE ROUGH” workshop to be held at the Academy of Management conference in Chicago this August. Please see below for more information, but if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact our Representatives-at-Large, Erin Reid (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Aimee Hamilton (email@example.com).
The Cognition in the Rough workshop (CIR) provides an excellent opportunity to discuss your research in an informal, collegial roundtable setting. CIR is intended to help scholars develop a research paper. Each roundtable will have 2 facilitators to give feedback on 3 early-stage research papers, allowing plenty of time for discussion. Regardless of whether you are a senior or a more junior researcher, this workshop offers you an invaluable opportunity to receive detailed feedback from scholars who are often editors or on the editorial board of top journals.
In particular, many past CIR participants have emphasized how much they have benefited from their participation in the workshop in terms of developing their theoretical models and their planned methodology. This feedback has been instrumental in helping them further develop and polish their research for publication in top academic journals.
Whether this is your first major research project or your fiftieth, this is a chance you won’t want to miss!
We are very pleased that the following scholars have agreed to participate: Neal Ashkanasy, Michelle Barton, Andrea Casey, Marlys Christianson, Stephanie Creary, Victor Dorfler, Janet Dukerich, Dov Eden, Colin Fisher, Raghu Garud, Margaret Gorman, Morela Hernandez, Gerard Hodgkinson, Jennifer Kish-Gephart, Theresa Lant, Kyle Lewis, Alyson Meister, Stephen Mezias, Chet Miller, Frances Milliken, Chris Myers, Kevin Rockmann, Kira Schabram, David Sluss, Mary Waller, and Dave Whetten.
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