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Call for abstracts

We are looking forward to receiving your abstracts for the ISARP 2016 conference! Please submit an abstract including title, authors, institutional affiliations and locations, and contact information of the principal author. Abstracts must be in English, no longer than 300 words, and structured into: background, methods, results, and discussion.

Abstracts should be sent as unformatted MS Word document, without hard returns, in 12 point text and Times New Roman font. Abstracts should not include tables, diagrams or special characters. Abstracts not including results cannot be accepted. Please provide two keywords for your submission and indicate your preference to present as an oral communication or a poster.

If you are a student presenting an abstract, please indicate this in the abstract submission. We will continue our successful student-mentor match program which provides a unique opportunity for students to discuss their work more informally with a mentor other than their supervisor, as well as an interesting networking possibility. Students will be paired with a senior ISARP member who will review the student’s presentation and provide feedback and mentorship.

If you are a senior ISARP member willing to participate in the student-mentor match program, please indicate this in your abstract submission.

Please email your abstract submission to the program chair (Jan-Marino (Nino) Ramirez) nino1@uw.edu no later than July 11th, 2016. Accepted abstracts will be published in Biological Psychology. Please also download the attached disclosure form, and attach the completed and signed form as a pdf to your abstract submission.

Disclosure form link.

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