ABPS Meeting 2020
Abstract submission deadline: 30 April, 2020
YOU MUST FIRST BE REGISTERED TO SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT
ABPS encourages submission of abstracts describing new research in experimental psychology, human neuroimaging and cognitive neuroscience, defined broadly as the study of the relationship between the brain, mind and behaviour. Abstracts must be written in understandable English and will be evaluated on the basis of scientific merit by peer review. Abstracts should report original research, with a recent publication or presentation at a recent meeting (e.g., within a year) of another society acceptable. Submissions should cover methods and results, although contributions with a theoretical or methodological emphasis are welcome.
Please review the submission instructions carefully below.
- The presenting author must register and attend ABPS2020.
- The presenting author will receive notification confirming abstract submission.
- If you do not receive notification within 24 hours after submission, please contact ABPS (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- The author will be notified of the format of the presentation by the first week of May (however, these will be rolling as abstracts are submitted).
- All correspondence about abstract submissions will be sent to the corresponding author only.
- Each registrant may be presenting author on one submission only.
- If the presenting author is a student, they are eligible to apply for a student award. Please indicate your student status at the time of registration (e.g., PhD, Masters, undergraduate). Awards will be presented at the conference.
All posters will be displayed in a Poster Gala session.
There will be opportunities for oral presentations within open paper sessions. These will be selected on thematic content and quality of abstract. Open talks will be 15 minutes, including time for questions.
All abstracts must be prepared in plain text, in understandable English with no embedded symbols or formatting characters.
Submissions may not include charts, graphs or tables. Please spell out the symbols (alpha, beta, microns, picomolar, etc.) or translate them (mean, chi square, etc.) in your abstract submission.
- Use a clear, descriptive title. Do not use capital letters and restrict to 20 words maximum.
- Enter each author and list their primary affiliation/institution. Do not abbreviate the affiliation.
- Include full first and last names for each author.
- The body of the Abstract must not exceed 250 words. It should not include section subheadings, but must clearly indicate background, methods, results and discussion.
- If you wish to provide a funding source for your research, please include it as the last sentence in your abstract.
- ABPS2020 welcomes early submissions!
We encourage new research and preliminary findings. However, we do not support early development of research programs that have no data. Theoretical papers and systematic reviews can be submitted and will be considered on their merit. If in doubt, please contact ABPS2020 (email@example.com)