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Poster abstracts should be max. 300 words and should include details on empirical work, methodology, and implications. Non-data-driven posters (e.g., practice exchange pieces, reflections, work in progress) are also very welcome.
Oral presentations will be 10 minutes with 5 minutes of scheduled time for dedicated Q&A. Abstracts for oral presentations should be max. 300 words and should include details on empirical work, methodology, and implications. Non-data-driven presentations (e.g., practice exchange pieces and reflections) are also very welcome. We also welcome presentations of work in progress, including pre-data collection.
Workshops will typically be scheduled for 45-60 minutes in the conference proceedings. Workshop abstracts should be max. 300 words and should include details on workshop need, structure, and expected outcomes for delegates. Workshops that require prior knowledge or skills (e.g., R, coding, qualitative methods) should be detailed clearly in the abstract. If you have an idea for a workshop proposal and would like more guidance, please contact Maddi on firstname.lastname@example.org
PsyPAG was by far one of the best conferences I have attended as a postgraduate researcher. I met some really great people at PsyPAG who have now become great friends and even potential research collaborators for in the future. It was great to hear and share similar stories about the struggles of PhD life and realising you are not alone in your experience of academia. Already can’t wait to attend PsyPAG 2020!.”
PsyPAG was the first psychology conference I’d attended as PhD Student and the first conference I’d attended without anyone else from my department. But my no means did I feel alone – I met so many people with similar interests to me and I got to present my poster in a really supportive environment where people asked me lots of really helpful questions! PsyPAG conference has felt like being part of a community of aspiring early career psychologists.
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