|Submissions Open||Thursday, 15 September 2022|
|Submission Deadline||Extended to Monday, 31 October 2022|
5:00 PM ET (9:00 PM UTC)
|Decision Notifications||December 2022|
|Scheduling Information||Mid-January 2023|
Although the goal of ICPS is to highlight and support integrative science, it is not a requirement that all research submissions be integrative in nature.
A symposium is a focused session in which individual speakers present their research on a common issue. Symposia should have the dual goals of providing diversity of perspective and integrating those perspectives into a meaningful whole. A symposium includes a chair, three to four presenters, and a discussant (optional). Symposia are scheduled in 80-minute time slots and should allow for discussion among presenters and the audience.
Poster presenters will have the opportunity to highlight aspects of their research at ICPS 2023 taking place in Brussels, Belgium, 9th to 11th March 2023. Poster presenters will be assigned to a poster session where they will have the opportunity to discuss their research with interested attendees. Poster sessions are scheduled on all days of the convention.
There are 3 types of poster submissions for ICPS 2023:
- 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.
- Teaching Poster: Teaching Posters should pertain to the teaching of psychological science. This includes, but is not limited to, teaching techniques, innovations, evaluation, and philosophy. Posters should focus on methods for teaching psychology, such as particularly effective or innovative courses or course organizations, strategies (including demonstrations) for promoting active learning, ways of integrating course material, helpful use of technology, and the like. These posters are presented as part of the pre-conference Teaching Institute, which requires an additional fee.