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Deadline July 1, 2022!!

Roundtable Talk and Poster Submissions

Submission format: Submissions are made online. When you click the green button below you will be redirected to the “ConfTool” registration site. All submitters need to register for an account on ConftTool for abstract submission and conference registration.

Be sure to read the instructions below for abstract submission. You are asked for two beginning sentences to summarize your presentation.

Submission Instructions: READ THIS BEFORE ENTERING SUBMISSION

Roundtable Talks

Roundtable Talks must address a topic that is broadly related to one of the focus areas of ICP2022: Climate Justice;  Decolonization / Indigenization; Displaced Peoples (including migrants, refugees), Gender Equality, or Health. Roundtable Talks are short (5-minute) presentations that should focus on a main point, idea or finding. They provide an opportunity to present a line of research, a series of studies, a conceptual analysis or a brief overview of some aspect of a topical area. Roundtable Talks will be organized into topically related panels with time for discussion.  Please note – Roundtable Talks are not intended to be simply an oral version of a written paper. Rather, they should be more conversational, to engage listeners with the topic.
For ICP2022, Roundtable Talks (up to 5 minutes) will be pre-recorded, but the following discussion will be live. Speakers may accompany their talk with up to 5 powerpoint graphics but do not need to. If graphics are used, they should use text sparingly.

Submitting an Abstract for a Roundtable Talk

The submission form requires selection of topic area, name, affiliation, and email of all authors, a title, and two abstracts: one up to 500 words, and one up to 50 words.

Format:

  • Title: 10 word maximum, each word capitalized
  • Long Abstract: copy and paste the following format-

Aim: One sentence describing the aim of your presentation
Main Point: One sentence describing the major “takeaway” from your presentation (e.g. primary finding for a research study or primary idea for a concept paper, or primary finding from a literature review)
Abstract: Rest of 500 word abstract: describe your presentation

  • Short Abstract: Combine Aim and Main Point in a 50 word summary

Posters

Posters can be on any topic in psychology or related to the ICP mission. Posters can be conceptual (e.g. describe the development of an idea, model or hypothesis) or empirical (e.g. describe a research study or set of studies). Posters will be available visually online during the entire conference, and will be organized into scheduled, thematically related Poster Sessions during which authors will be able to discuss their results with participants in individual ZOOM rooms.

Submitting an Abstract for a Poster

The submission form requires name, affiliation, and email of all authors, a title, and two abstracts: one up to 500 words, and one up to 50 words.

Format:

  • Title: 10 word maximum, each word capitalized
  • Long Abstract: copy and paste the following format-

Aim: One sentence describing the aim of your presentation
Main Point: One sentence describing the major “takeaway” from your presentation (e.g. primary finding for a research study or
primary idea for a concept paper, or primary finding from a literature review)
Abstract: Rest of 500 word abstract: describe your presentation

  • Short Abstract: Combine Aim and Main Point in a 50 word summary

Note

All Student First Authored Submissions must be accompanied by confirmation from a faculty member familiar with the student’s work. Download endorsement form here. Have your faculty complete and sign the form and then email it to icpincinfo@gmail.com with subject line: ICP2022-StudentName.

Student Presentation Awards: All presentations with student first authors will be considered for presentation awards.