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2010 APA San Diego, 2011 Spring Meeting, New York

San Diego, CA (August, 2010) New York City


Apr 13,2011 to Apr 17,2011


Introduction

Downloadable PDFs:

  • APA 2010 Division 39 Program Book
  • SUBMISSIONS INSTRUCTIONS FOR 2011
  • Frequently Asked Questions about Submitting Online
  • Final Call for Papers, 2011 (Mac Users Use Adobe)


    If you don't have Adobe Acrobat to read PDF, you can download it. Some pdfs are compressed into zip files, which can be opened with winzip or Stuffit Expander

  • SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS:

    FOR ALL TYPES OF SUBMISSIONS, GET STARTED BY CREATING AN ACCOOUNT BY CLICKING ON THE FOLLOWING LINK:

    http://forms.apa.org/division39/

    PANEL

    150 word over-view of the panel

    350 word abstract for each paper

    Panels may include two, three or four presenters. All panels are limited to 1 hour and 50 minutes. Discussion between presenters and audience is strongly encouraged.

    PAPER

    350 word abstract

    Paper sessions are limited to 50 minutes.

    Discussion between presenter and audience is strongly encouraged.

    MEET THE AUTHOR

    150 word abstract

    Sessions are limited to 50 minutes.

    DISCUSSION HOUR

    150 word overview.

    Sessions are limited to 50 minutes.

    Please specify issues to be addressed  in this informal format.

    POSTER PRESENTATIONS

    250 word abstract

    Sessions are limited to 2 hours.

    Submissions with empirical relevance to all areas of psychoanalytic treatment and theory are invited. Research can be qualitative or quantitative. Empirical studies from applied (clinical psychology, psychiatry, social work, etc.) and basic disciplines (developmental, social or personality psychology, history of science, neuroscience, etc.) are encouraged.

    PRE-DISTRIBUTED PAPER

    350 word abstract

    Paper sessions are limited to 50 minutes.

    Complete paper must be submitted 6 weeks before the start of the conference. These papers will be emailed to registered attendees. This will allow for substantial discussion time so that presenters will only need to summarize their papers at the session itself.

     

     Using the online submission process for CVs and Abstracts:

                For individual paper submissions, the author uploads* a cover page and CV as one “document”.

                For panels, the panel chairperson uploads* a cover page and CVs of all of the panelists as one “document”.  The chairperson also pastes the 150 word panel abstract and all of the 350 word abstracts for all papers into the appropriate box on the online submission form.

     

    *UPLOADING: On the online submission form, authors and chairpeople will see a “browse” button.  Clicking “browse” will take the author to the files of his/her computer.  Once the document that contains the appropriate material (Cover sheet plus CVs) is found, “choosing” that document will transfer the document to the online proposal form.



     If you have any questions, please contact the Conference Coordinator, Natalie Shear, [email protected]

     




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