dimanche 30 juin 2013

Histoire de la psychologie appliquée

History of applied psychology
Call for symposia ICAP 2014

Submission process:
Submissions are to be made exclusively electronically via the congress websitewww.icap2014.com
Submissions by e -mail, surface mail or fax will not be accepted for review

Important dates:
Submission deadline for symposia: 15 July 2013
Notification of acceptance to symposia organizers and presenters: mid September 2013
Submission deadline for co-opted symposium abstracts: 1 December 2013

Submissions shall be done either in English or French

Symposium Format:
A Symposium is designed to be a focused session in which speakers present on a common theme, issue or question.
The symposium would usually consist of a chairperson briefly introducing the topic and providing an introduction to the session. This would usually be followed by at least 4 but no more than 5 individual speakers (ideally 3 from different affiliations or countries), and ending with concluding remarks by a discussant. Every effort shoud be made to ensure close interaction between the speakers to provide new and non-overlapping presentations. There should be opportunity for the audience to ask questions to presenters and for an exchange of views.
A symposium session will run for 90 minutes.
Symposia shall be proposed either in English or in French (for inclusion in the French speaking program). Speakers who will be presenting in a French Symposium will have to submit an abstract in English and will have to prepare slides in English.

Submission rules:
All submissions will be considered on the basis of the interest of the individual submission and will be ranked according to the following criteria:
o Relevance to Congress themes (see topic list hereafter)
o Significance of content in terms of applications
o Relevance of content to audience
All presenters and discussants are required to register and pay to attend the Congress. The acceptance of a submission does not imply funding of registration, travel arrangements, accommodation or other costs by the Congress Organizers.
It is not necessary to be a member of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP) to submit a symposium for ICAP 2014.
A submission which does not adhere to these rules is likely to be rejected.


The invitation to submit a symposium does not constitute an offer to pay travel, accommodation or registration costs associated with the Congress.

By submitting a symposium:
You confirm that it has not been published before;
You also grant the Organizing Committee permission to publish the abstract in the Congress Handbook in hard copy and electronic format;
You grant a non-exclusive right to publish, reproduce, distribute, display and store the abstract worldwide in all forms, formats and media now known or as developed in the future, including print, electronic and digital forms. You will retain copyright of your abstract, in addition to the moral rights you are entitled to as author of the abstract
You grant permission for your presentation to be audio/video recorded and hereby grant to the Congress a non-exclusive right to reproduce or display and store the recorded material for the purpose of providing Professional Development either by download from the ICAP or the hosts websites or via distribution of a CD/DVD;
You grant permission for the PDF of your presentation to be made available online to all conference delegates following the congress.

If you do not wish to do this but still wish to submit a symposium, please contact the Organizing Committee through the congress office abs@icap2014.com . The Organizing Committee's decision on acceptance of the submission will be final.

Instructions for the preparation of your symposium proposal:

The symposium summary cannot contain more than 3500 characters (Blank spaces and punctuation are included. Title and authors’ list & affiliation are not included). The minimum size is 2000 characters.

The structure of your proposal should be as follows:

o Title of the symposium

o List of authors (including the symposium organizer as first author)

o Introduction & Objectives of the Symposium (2000 characters, spaces included)

o Preliminary program of the symposium including :

Speakers presentation titles, full names, affiliations, cities and countries (250 characters, spaces included, each)

It is not possible to insert tables or images.

Abbreviations may be used after defining them first.

After the submission:

The reviewers will judge the submissions according to the relevance to ICAP 2014, standard of language, objectivity of statements and content.

The submitting authors will be notified by September 2013, to the e-mail address (submitting author) provided during the submission process, whether the symposium has been accepted. It is the author’s responsibility to ensure that emails from ICAP 2014 can reach them.

Submission of speakers abstracts:

Speakers from accepted symposiums will be required to submit their final abstract starting October 2013.

Full presentation guidelines will be included in the acceptance letter and posted on the ICAP 2014 website in September 2013.

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