Call for Papers: 58th Annual MMPI Symposium

Call for Papers submittal process

Submission Forms & Abstracts are due March 31, 2023

The 58th Annual MMPI Symposium will be held Thursday, June 22 and Friday, June 23, 2023 in Minneapolis, MN at the Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot. 

For an example of a past program, click here to review the 2022 MMPI Symposium schedule.


We encourage authors to consider submitting one (or more) of the following:

  1. Integrated Paper Session: Consisting of 3-4 papers with an identified chair and discussant (75-90 minutes).
  2. Comprehensive Paper Presentation: Comprehensive report and/or integration of research findings from multiple studies (30 minutes).
  3. Brief Report: Concise report of a single study (15 minutes).
  4. Poster: Poster-board based research report.

Owing to time constraints, it may not be possible to accommodate presenters’ preferred format. On the Proposal Submission Form, you will be asked whether you would be willing to present in an alternative format.

PROPOSAL SUBMISSION PROCESS: Please email to Katie Nickerson at by Friday, March 31, 2023.

  1. A completed Proposal Submission Form (click here to download).
  2. Abstract. For an integrated paper session, a 150-word general abstract plus a 150-200-word abstract for each paper; a 200-400-word abstract for comprehensive presentations; and a 200-300-word abstract for brief reports and blitz talks with posters.

By submitting the form and abstract, you are committing to attend the meeting and present your paper or poster if your submission is accepted.

Authors will be notified of the status of their submission in April. A schedule of presentations and information about the meeting will be sent at a later date.

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION: Click here to register online.

HOTEL RESERVATION: Visit the Renaissance Minneapolis Hotel, The Depot to book your room by May 15, 2023.

QUESTIONS: Please direct questions regarding submissions to one of the program co-chairs, Martin Sellbom () or Dustin Wygant ( If you have questions about registration, contact Katie Nickerson, Test Division Manager (

About the CE sponsor:

The University of Minnesota Press Test Division is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The University of Minnesota Press Test Division maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

The University of Minnesota Press Test Division provides continuing education programs focused on the MMPI and MPQ for psychologists and other mental health professionals, including in-person and virtual training, a research symposium, and book-based exams for titles published by the University of Minnesota Press.