Oral or Poster Presentation

For oral and poster presentation SUBMIT HERE YOUR ABSTRACT


Please note:
Following an increase in the number of requests, ECP 2015 Organizing Committee established an extension of the abstract submission deadline, from 15 October 2014 to 15 December 2014. Notification of acceptance from the Scientific Committee remains fixed on 30 November 2014 for abstracts submitted by 15 October, while new abstracts will receive communication on 23 January 2015.

Before click to submit your abstract please be so kind to read carefully the following instruction.

Below are the general rules that apply for the proponents.
For each abstract submitted, the proponent must specify one thematic area and one topic which best describe the contents of the contribution in order of relevance. Please see on ECP 2015 website for the thematic areas and  topic list.

The Scientific Committee reserves the right to re-allocate  the topic  when necessary.
All abstracts will be subjected to peer-review, coordinated by the Scientific Committee. Original work that has not been published or accepted for presentation elsewhere is preferred. The criteria for review are:

  1. relevance for advancement of psychological knowledge and practice,
  2. theoretical and empirical basis,
  3. clarity of ideas and methods,
  4. applied ecological and ethical implications.

Notification of acceptance by the Scientific Committee will be emailed to the corresponding author by January 23, 2015. Detailed information, guidelines, and recommendations for oral or poster presentation, as well as time allotment, date, time, and venue will be duly sent to the registered corresponding authors. Please note that the Scientific Committee reserves the right to change submissions for oral presentations to posters, rather than refusing abstracts, depending on the number, theme, and quality of submissions.
Submitting authors grant congress organizers permission to publish their abstracts online and in USB stick. Likewise proponent authors grant congress organizers the permission to use personal information, received and required from participants, before and after the congress, for statistical purposes, and for the dispatch of information concerning relevant congresses in the future. Personal data will also, in certain cases, be released to other companies participating in the congress, for the distribution of information and offers directly from them.
The acceptance of abstracts by the Scientific Committee does not imply any financial assistance or fee deduction. Presenting authors must register by April 13, 2015 to ensure that their presentation will be included at the ECP 2015.
Below are listed some general guidelines pertaining to the formatting of the abstract:

Carefully prepared abstracts facilitate the review process, as it is easier to judge the quality of presentations that are thoroughly and concisely described.

  1. Abstracts must be in English. If English is not proponents’ first language, it is recommendable that abstract be proofread by an English native speaker.
  2. It should be noted that the abstracts should not exceed 1500 characters (including spaces), not counting the title of the paper.
  3. The title should be brief (a maximum of 125 characters including spaces), clearly indicating the contents of the abstract. Please follow the pre-formatted fields indicated in the forms.
  4. Use Arabic numerals for all numbers except at the beginning of a sentence where they should be written out. Use standard abbreviations and symbols. Keep abbreviations to a minimum and define each one when it is used for the first time. Do not include any figures or tables in abstracts, and do not submit attachments, slides, or any reference materials with the abstracts.
  5. Please write the abstract with a word-processing program, check spelling and grammar, proofread carefully. Choose appropriate thematic area and topic in the list provided.
  6. Abstracts can’t be modified  ( in their authorship, title and contents) after  the deadline for abstract submission. Log in on the Personal Page using user’s name and password.
  7. Things to consider including when writing the abstract:
    1. 7.1. A statement of the purpose of the presentation (preferably in one sentence)
    2. 7.2. A brief mentioning of the theoretical framework, if applicable, and/or the rationale for the contribution
    3. 7.3. A summary of the results obtained (if it is an empirical study), or the major points to be made
    4. 7.4. A conclusion
    5. 7.5. A brief reflection on theoretical , methodological, and deontological implications.
    6. 7.6. Subheadings, keywords or references in the abstract text are not required.

Topics

A. General issues and basic processes

    1. History of psychology
    2. Research design and experimental methods
    3. Psychometrics
    4. Psychobiology
    5. Genes-environment interplay and behaviour
    6. Cognitive neurosciences and neuroimaging
    7. Sensation, perception and space
    8. Attention and consciousness
    9. Learning and memory
    10. Language and communication
    11. Motivation and emotion
    12. Intelligence and cognitive functioning
    13. Thought, decision and action
    14. Personality
    15. Artificial intelligence and expert systems
    16. Other

B. Development and Education

    1. Language acquisition
    2. School adjustment, academic achievement and learning disabilities
    3. Learning and instruction
    4. Attachment and intimate relationships
    5. Moral development and prosocial behaviour
    6. Emotion and self
    7. Social cognition, identity and social interactions
    8. Bullying and aggression
    9. Adolescent adjustment
    10. Parenting
    11. Temperament and individual differences
    12. Typical and atypical development
    13. Child abuse and neglect
    14. Developmental disorders in health
    15. Longitudinal analysis
    16. Other

C. Culture and society

    1. Ethics
    2. Family systems and processes
    3. Sex and gender
    4. LGBTQI studies
    5. Group processes and intergroup relations
    6. Attitudes and values
    7. Race and ethnicity
    8. Prejudice and social exclusion
    9. Media and communication
    10. Economic choices
    11. Forensic psychology and law
    12. Political preferences and behaviour
    13. Religion
    14. Music
    15. Qualitative methods
    16. Other

D. Work and organization

    1. HR assessment and development
    2. Leadership and entrepreneurship
    3. Teams performance
    4. Well-being at work
    5. Organizational behaviour
    6. Labour market, unemployment and flexicurity
    7. Human factors and ergonomics
    8. Innovation management
    9. Sustainable development and corporate social responsibility
    10. Traffic and transportation
    11. Tourism
    12. Safety culture and climate
    13. Age and work
    14. Workplace learning and training
    15. Career guidance
    16. Other

E. Health and clinical intervention

    1. Assessing and accrediting quality of psychotherapy training and practice
    2. Psychodiagnosis
    3. Personality assessment
    4. Psychoanalysis and psychodynamic psychotherapies
    5. Evidence-based psychotherapies
    6. Family treatments
    7. Personality disorders
    8. Community psychological cares
    9. Positivity and well-being
    10. Sport and exercise
    11. Lifestyles and healthy self-regulation
    12. Cognitive disturbances and rehabilitation
    13. Psycho-oncology and psychological support in chronic diseases
    14. Disaster and crisis psychology
    15. Ageing and dementia
    16. Other

F. EXPO 2015 Hot Topics

  1. Capacities building and human development
  2. Nutrition, development and well-being
  3. Consumer behaviour
  4. Cognitive enhancers and brain nutrients
  5. Eating disorders
  6. Psycho-social development and adjustment under conditions of poverty
  7. Psychological consequences of natural disasters for individuals, families and communities
  8. Life skills in culture and society
  9. The psychological causes of economical crisis and its related costs for individuals, families and society
  10. Psychotechnologies and life-long learning
  11. Environment and sustainability
  12. Mindfulness
  13. Neuroeconomics and neuropolitics
  14. Cyberspace and virtual realities
  15. Data mining