The Annual Conference for the Society for Chaos
Theory in Psychology and Life Sciences is the premier
venue for training, networking, and sharing the latest
empirical and applied developments in nolinear
dynamics across psychology, the life sciences and
beyond. Since 1991, the Society and its conferences
have been founded in the principles of interdisciplinary
work, acknowledging the ubiquity of nonlinear
dynamics across the behavioral, social, and life sciences.
The conference is typically intimate in size with around
60-70 attendees representing psychology, biology,
economics, business, physics, mathematics, and other
scholars organized around a common interest in
nonlinear dynamics. Attendance is typically broad
geographically as well, with membership in SCTPLS
representing each of the global continents. The
program includes prominent keynote speakers, cuttingedge
pre-conference workshops, symposia, individual
sessions, and poster presentations.
Members attending the Annual Conference are all
welcome to particpate in the SCTPLS business meeting
that is scheduled as part of the conference.