Call for submissions is now closed!
You can submit the following types of contributions:
- A research symposium
- A teaching meeting
- An individual paper presentation
- An individual poster presentation
A research symposium should consist of 3 paper submissions and a discussion led by a 4th contributor, or 4 paper submissions. Researchers presenting in the symposium should be from at least 2 different universities.
A teaching event should consist of a clear subject involving teaching to (developmental) psychology students. Such a meeting can take various forms, including a symposium, a presentation, and round table discussion.
Individual presentations will be scheduled in the format of a Flash Talk (5 minute presentations with 5 slides maximum). More detailed information on Flash Talk presentations can be found here.
Posters can be up to A0 size, both landscape/portrait format is possible.
Conference attendees are allowed to submit 1 paper presentation (either in a symposium or a single paper presentation) and 1 poster presentation. We want to emphasize that both senior and junior researchers (including Research Master students) are encouraged to submit!
Information you will need to fill in for abstract submission is: Name(s), affiliation(s) (of all contributors and discussant if applicable), email address of presenting author(s), submission title, keywords (max. 5), an abstract (max. 250 words) for each presentation or poster, and an integrative abstract (max. 250 words) in case of a symposium.