Important Dates

Submissions OpenJuly 3, 2024
Submission DeadlineMonday, August 12, 2024, at 5:00 PM EDT (21:00 UTC)
Decision and Scheduling NotificationsLate August 2024
Participation Assistance OpenJuly 11, 2024
Participation Assistance DeadlineMonday, August 19, 2024, 5:00 PM EDT (21:00 UTC)
Participation Assistance NotificationLate August 2024
Early Bird Registration DeadlineMonday, September 16, 2024, 5:00 PM EDT (21:00 UTC)
Registration DeadlineTuesday, October 8, 2024, 5:00 PM EDT (21:00 UTC)

Presentation Formats

All presentations will take place within the APS Global Psychological Science Summit platform. 


Poster presentations are an opportunity to highlight aspects of your research via online posters, which will be available on-demand and during dedicated poster viewing time in the program. Poster presenters will be able to discuss their research with other interested attendees via the chat functionality in the platform.  

There are 2 types of poster submissions for the APS Global Psychological Science Summit: 

  • Standard Poster:  Standard Poster submissions must only report data collection and analysis that has been completed by the time the submission is finalized. Submissions that do not report collected data and analyses, or that do not have enough collected data or analysis to make an empirical claim, will not be accepted. Non-empirical research should not be submitted as a poster. 
  • Research Proposal Poster: Research Proposal Posters should represent plans for a future empirical study. Data collection should not be complete. This is a chance to receive early feedback on your research study plan. Your submission should describe an empirical research study plan in detail including hypotheses, experimental design, plan for participant recruitment, procedure, plan for statistical analysis, and expected results.  

Poster Rules and Guidelines

Roundtable Session

Roundtable sessions are an opportunity for attendees to lead discussions on a particular topic with fellow attendees. Roundtable session presenters should plan for a short presentation accompanied by slides (5-7 minutes), followed by a discussion with attendees. The entire session will be scheduled for 50-minutes. Roundtable session presenters can discuss empirical results, methods and tools, applications of psychological science, brainstorm a future research project, or find new collaborators. Each roundtable session will have 1 organizer and 1 co-presenter. There is a maximum of 13 total participants per roundtable session, including 1 organizer and 1 co-presenter, and 11-12 attendees.   

Roundtable sessions will be scheduled concurrently during the same designated times each day in the program schedule. Please indicate your scheduling preference in your roundtable session submission. APS will attempt to accommodate your scheduling preference, however, there is no guarantee that all requests will be met. Scheduling will be confirmed with your review notification. No changes can be made to your assigned schedule.   

October 23 and 24: 

  • 11:00 AM EDT (15:00 UTC) 
  • 4:00 PM EDT (20:00 UTC) 

Since a limited number of roundtable sessions can be accepted, we encourage you to also submit your research as a poster. If you are submitting the same proposal as a roundtable session and a poster, please add either “Poster” or “Roundtable” to the beginning of the title. The submission system will not allow you to submit two proposals with the same title.  

Note: Roundtable session submissions will not automatically be considered for presentation as a poster.

Roundtable Session Rules and Guidelines

Have questions? See the APS Global Summit Submissions FAQs