AAPB's 46th Annual Meeting Abstract Submissions
Interested in displaying a poster at AAPB’s 46th Annual Meeting?
We want to hear from you! All poster abstracts must be submitted online no later than 11:59 p.m. ET, Monday, November 17, 2014. Each submitted abstract will be blind reviewed by biofeedback professionals. The AAPB Program Planning Committee will accept or reject abstracts based on the reviews. Notifications will be emailed in December on the status of your submission. Please contact AAPB with any questions at (800) 477-8892 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Poster abstracts will be reviewed based on the following criteria:
- Importance (relevance) to the field
- Originality/creativity of the work
- Clear statement of topic/theory
- Appropriate experimental design and use of statistics
- Validity of conclusions
- Submissions should fit within the 2015 theme, The Many Faces of Biofeedback: Brain, Body, Performance Enhancement, and Marketing.
- Content should maintain, develop, and increase conceptual and applied competencies that are relevant to biofeedback/neurofeedback practice, education and science.
- Content should be based on current theory, method or practice and may provide information related to ethical, legal, statutory or regulatory policies, guidelines and standards that impact biofeedback.
- Submissions that do not follow submission guidelines will be disqualified.
- Submission of a poster abstract does not constitute registration for the 2015 AAPB Annual Meeting.
- AAPB will NOT correct spelling and typing errors. Please edit your information in advance to ensure greater accuracy. All acronyms used within your poster submission must be clearly defined.
- Be available to present your poster at the conference on Friday, March 13, 2015.
- Authors of accepted abstracts are responsible for all travel expenses, housing, and other related costs to attend the meeting.
- Poster abstracts cannot be sales pitches. If you are a supplier of technology services, please coordinate your submission with a biofeedback practitioner. It is important to have both perspectives.