Submit your research and join colleagues from across the globe in presenting the latest in psychological science
Join colleagues from across all disciplines in the field of psychological science at the 30th APS Annual Convention which will take place on May 24-27, 2018 in San Francisco, CA, USA. The deadlines for symposia and posters are:
Symposium submissions are closed. The deadline was November 17, 2017, 11:59 PM (the latest time on earth).
Poster submissions are closed.The deadline was February 2, 2018, 11:59 PM (the latest time on earth). Please contact APS with any questions regarding your submission at email@example.com
Below are some guidelines to help you prepare your submission for the 31st APS Annual Convention in Washington, DC May 23-26, 2019 Preparing Your Presentation: Title should be short and sweet (10 words or less)
Connect with leading researchers from around the globe at the premier international convention covering psychological science. (Pictured: APS Fellow Dan Ariely, Duke University, presenting at a previous APS Annual Convention.)
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