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Call for Submissions: International Convention of Psychological Science

July 10, 2014 908

The inaugural International Convention of Psychological Science seeks submissions for its gathering on March 12-15, 2015 in Amsterdam.

ICPS offers opportunities to submit symposium and poster presentations and network with colleagues from around the globe. The deadline to submit symposia is September 17; for posters, September 30.

icps logo_optICPS welcomes research submissions from all branches of psychological science and related fields. It is not a requirement that your research submission be integrative in nature. However, particularly in symposium submissions, we encourage integrative efforts; that is, efforts that address scientific challenges through diverse forms of inquiry at multiple levels of analysis.

All submissions must represent completed work (i.e., please do not submit a proposal if the data are still pending). Non-empirical research should not be submitted as a poster. Submissions should discuss research that has not been presented or published elsewhere. All submissions will be reviewed and evaluated by members of the Program Committee. While the goal of ICPS is to highlight and support integrative science, it is not a requirement that your research submission be integrative in nature.

In presenting your research at ICPS you will be connecting with other scientists whose work will be complementary to your own and you will find yourself being part of a combined endeavor that exemplifies integrative science.

For more information of the convention and details on submitting material, click HERE.


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