Deadline for submission of Symposia: February 28, 2013
Topic of Symposia
We are pleased to announce the Call for Symposium Proposals for the joint meeting of the FESN and the GNP in Berlin, September 12-14, 2013.
Symposia may focus on a neuropsychological function or a functional deficit, a particular disease, intervention techniques, and/or methodological issues. Since the meeting intends to cover different approaches in neuropsychology, we strongly encourage the organizer of a symposium to consider both, experimental and clinical studies.
?The time allotted for each symposium is 90 minutes.
?The required number of speakers is at least three but no more than five.
?The symposium should include speakers from different affiliations.
?At the time of the proposal submission, all speakers must have agreed to participate in the symposium.
?We are sorry, but complimentary registration is not possible for the speakers.
How to submit a symposium?
?The organizer of a symposium is required to submit a symposium summary, as well an abstract for each of the talks in the symposium.
?Summary and abstracts should be submitted at the same time. To avoid ambiguity, the summary needs to be typed in and uploaded first.
?The summary and each abstract must be a single paragraph not exceeding 2000 characters (including spaces) each. The 2000 characters limit does not include the title, author or affiliation information.
?The summary should describe the general aiming of the symposium, and its title should be clearly related to a neuropsychological topic.
?Each abstract must contain the specific goals of the study, the methods used, a summary of the results, and a conclusion.
?Abstracts and summary must be submitted in English.
?Please do not add formatting in your abstract.
?The organizer of the symposium will receive an email on whether the submission has been accepted.