This continues to the final day the schedule for the virtual 30th SCTPLS conference, registration due July 6 at societyforchaostheory.org/2020/conf .
Friday, July 24
Orlando Gomes, ISCAL, Portugal "Behavioral saving"
Yuji Aruka, Chuo University, Japan "The evolution of exchange processes"
Akio Matsumoto, Chuo University, Japan "Stability swtiching in Cournot duopoly games with three delays"
Karim Cherif, UMMTO, Algeria "Human resource marketing: A new strategy to retain top talent for company"
Jose Navarro, University of Barcelona, Spain 'The rough journey to success: Examining the nonlinear dynamics of processes and performance in teams"
Teresa Rebelo, University of Coimbra, Portugal "Does virtuality influence team learning? An analysis with cusp models"
Janice Ryan, Attunement Solutions, Tennessee, USA "Applications of prisoner's dilemma modeling in search of a more socially just dominant strategy: Overcoming anxiety associated with group oppression: Lessons from a single case study"
Ahmed Bilal Zenab, University of London, UK "Nonlinear dynamics od armed groups in Yemen and Pakistan"
Megan Chiovaro, University of Connecticut, USA "Recurrent quantification analysis of real-time and online social cohesion during the Arab Spring"
Anatoly Zhiurkov, Saint Petersburg University, Russia "Simple and complex models of optimal blood pressure: Fifteenyears of cooperation with SCTPLS"
Dimotrios Stamovlasis, Aristotle University of Thessalonika, Grreece ""Achievement goal orientation and classroom goal structures: Dynamic interaction effects on students' academic behavior"
David Chan, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA "The protective effect of having a prime supporter within a social networek of college students on mental health and education"
Annual Business Meeting
David Schuldberg, University of Montana, USA "Covid-19 and the nonlinear dynamics of everyday life"
Allan Combs, IISC, California, USA "Fractals all the way down"
Bernard Ricca, St. John Fisher's College, New York, USA "An introduction to topological data analysis"
Stephen Guastello, Marquette University, Wisconsin, USA "A comparison of four dyadic synchronization models"
Cortney Armitano-Lago, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, USA "Feedback cueing changes in lower limb loading during gait alters underlying stride intrval dynamics and intralimb coordination dynamics individuals following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction"
Keira Lum, Dalhousie University, Canada "The collision of healthcare and complexity during Covid"
Vivian Rambihar, University of Toronto, Canada "Chaos Complexity and complex system: To prevent, contain and manage Covid-19"