Abstract submission for posters and talks
All accepted abstracts for ESCoP 2022 will be delivered as either a traditionnal 15-minute talk or a poster presentation.
All presenters in accepted abstracts are expected to register for the meeting and to pay ESCoP membership (https://www.escop.eu/).
Abstract submission will be opened on January 6th, 2022
Deadline of abstract submission is on April 1st, 2022
Notification of acceptance on April, 30th 2022
Abstract proposals must include:
Title of the abstract (up to 25 words)
Abstract of the proposal (up to 150 words)
Name, affiliation and email address
Three keywords for the abstract
The preferred format of the abstract proposal (poster/poster or talk)
Topics (Perception, Language, Memory, Numerical Cognition, Higher cognitive functions, Social Cognition, Spatial Cognition, Motor Cognition)
The standard elements of an abstract are Introduction, Methods, Results, and Conclusion. It is not required the sections to be explicitly labeled. It is, however, required that each abstract contains sufficiently detailed descriptions of the methods and the obtained results.
A first author who presents one talk within a symposium may not be accepted for one talk with abstract submission application in order to encourage as much as possible the diversity of speakers.
Being accepted for a talk with abstract submission application as a first author does not preclude to be accepted for a poster as a first author. A first author can only be accepted once for a poster.
If you encounter any problem to submit your abstract, just send the file to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will add it ourselves.
Important: the submitter must be the main author of the submission.
The submission form is closed now.