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Abstract Submission

Proposals for the presentation of ORAL and WRITTEN PAPERS (POSTER), CLINICAL CASES in oral and written format (poster), CLINICAL SESSIONS and SYMPOSIUMS may be submitted by sending abstracts (summaries) written according to APA (American Psychological Association) standards. Once all the authors have registered, the main author will be able to send their abstracts through the private area in the electronic platform MY CONGRESS that can be found in the main menu. Abstract must be sent with a minimum length of 250 words and a maximum of 300 words.

Abstracts must include the following information:

  • Introduction, objectives, methods, results and discussion (Do not include citations or references).

  • When the papers are not strictly research papers, the methodology that has been followed must be specified.

The presentations may be conducted in any of the official languages of the Congress (Spanish, English, Portuguese, Russian and French).

The scientific committee and the organizing committee reserve their right to decide the final format of any submission for presentation. The committee will timely inform the participants about the acceptance or rejection of the proposals made, once the submission deadline has expired.

The deadline for abstract submission:​ NEW DEADLINE: Only from SEPTEMBER 10-24

A book of abstracts will be published (Editorial Dykinson, indexed in the SPI-Ranking Scholarly Publishers Indicators, Spanish Publishers, Position: Q1) as well as a book of chapters (Editorial Thomson Reuters, indexed in the SPI-Ranking Scholarly Publishers Indicators, Foreign Publishers, Position: Q1), which will be made up of the presentations of the authors that wish to be published in chapter format. Presentations submitted to be published in chapter format will be evaluated by the Committee of Experts. In addition, the best proposals received may be published in article format in journals included in Web Of Science/Scopus/Dialnet. For more information, please go to the "Participation" section of the main menu.

Submission Guidelines

IMPORTANT: All of the authors of the works must be registered in the Congress prior to the submission of the proposal (in case of non-acceptance of a work, the authors can request a refund, which in these cases will be 100% of the registration fee of the registered authors).

  • Each registered author will be able to present a maximum of THREE works (including the coordination of a symposium), of these, only one in an invited symposium, applied session, or workshop, and his/her name cannot appear in more than FIVE works (including the coordination of a sympsium). A non-registered coordinator of an invited symposium may not appear in more than two papers, including the coordination of the invited symposium.

  • Each main author will be able to publish a chapter related to one of the papers presented during the congress upon payment of a one-time fee of 50 euros for the main author. The book will be published by Thomson Reuters, indexed in the SPI (Ranking Scholarly Publishers Indicators), Category: Foreign Publishers, Position: Q1. All authors of the chapter must be registered and must be the same and in the same order as the authors of the related work.

  • The presentation can only be carried out by the main author of the work who will be the one who submits the proposal.

  • The same work cannot be uploaded more than once to the platform. In the event that this happens, the system will automatically delete or block all or some of the works. To reestablish deleted or blocked works, an intervention in the platform will be necessary, the cost of which (50 euros) must be paid by the responsible author.

  • The order of the authors must be the same from the time the proposal is submitted until the final presentation. In the event of altering the order of authors, the work may be blocked by the system. To re-establish the order of authors, an intervention in the platform will be necessary, the cost of which (50 euros) must be paid by the responsible author.

  • The number of authors cannot be increased during the process (from the proposal to the final presentation). In the even that this happens, the system will automatically block the work. In order to reestablish it, it will be necessary to standardize the registration of the authors not registered, as long as the scientific committee does not consider the number of authors to be excessive.

  • Each registrant will be able to download the digital certificates of attendance and presentation of papers from the virtual platform. To do so, they will have a maximum period of ten days from the end of the event. The names of all the authors will appear on each certificate.

The presentation certificate of those works that are not exposed during the celebration of the congress will not be delivered.

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  • The submission of papers implies acceptance of the above rules.

Submission Topics

  • Mood disorders: depressive disorders, bipolar disorders, affective disorders

  • Anxiety and Stress Disorders

  • Sexuality Disorders, and Sexual Identity Disorders: affectivity and sexuality

  • Cognitive Disorders

  • Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders

  • Sleep Disorders

  • Youth Clinical Psychology

  • Personality Disorders

  • Educational areas: learning problems

  • ​Eating Disorders

  • Pathological game

  • Somatomorphic Disorders

  • Adaptative, Dissociative and Factitious Disorders

  • Family Violence

  • Public Health: use and abuse of substances

  • New Addictions

  • Atypical Disorders

  • ​Chronic Disorders

  • Autism

  • Mental Retardation

  • Environmental/Organizational/Job Health

  • Other Disorders regarding control of impulses

  • Currents Status and Challenge of psychological Treatments: third generation therapies

  • Psychological evaluation

  • Construction an validation of instruments

  • Clinical evaluation

  • Forensic evaluation

  • Clinical Cases

MODALITIES OF PROPOSALS

MAIN PRESENTATIONS

NEW DEADLINE: only from SEPTEMBER 10-24

CLOSED

CLOSED

AND SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

APPLIED SESSIONS

Proposals for Applied Sessions may be presented on any topic related to Child-adolescent-adult Clinical Psychology (see thematic areas in the Submission Topic section). It is a presentation with an applied approach (mini-workshop).​

  • Duration: 45-60 minutes

  • Speaker: 1

  • Proposal presentation:

    • Summary Curriculum Vitae (150-200 words)

    • Title, description and objectives (150-200 words)

    • One passport-size photo of the speaker in JPG format

​The presenter must register once the proposal has been accepted.

Deadline:

The deadline for presentation of workshops: OPEN

Send proposals in a Word document to: psclinica.sec@aepc.es

WORKSHOPS

Workshop proposals may be submitted on any subject related to child-adolescent-adult Clinical Psychology (see thematic areas in the Submission Topic section). The workshops will be of practical methodology.

The proposals will be evaluated by the scientific committee based on their innovation, practical methodology, and interest for attendees, with the aim of giving the public a specific vision of the daily performance of professionals in the field.

  • Duration: 120-150 minutes

  • Speakers: 1-2

  • Time distribution: the structure must be eminently practical giving the option to use a maximum of half an hour of prior theoretical explanation, and the audiovisual support deemed appropriate.

  • Presentation of proposals:

    • Summary curriculum vitae (150-200 words)

    • Title, description, objectives, methodology, and resource material (150-200 words)

    • Passport size photos of the speakers in JPG format

  • Speakers must register once the proposal is accepted.

​Deadline:

Maximum date for presentation of workshops: OPEN

Send proposals in a Word document to: psclinica.sec@aepc.es

INVITED SYMPOSIUM AND MEMBER OF SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

PRESENTATION GUIDELINES

Deadline for submission: OPEN

Format: 5-6 presentations, each with a duration between 8-10 minutes

Duration: between 35 and 90 minutes (depending on the number of presentations)

Speakers: 5-6, there must be a different main author for each paper. A registered person can only appear once as the main author of a paper in the invited symposia.

Content of the proposal:

  • Name and mini CV of the coordinator (100-150 words)

  • Title of the symposium (maximum of 15 words)

  • Brief summary of the symposium (200-300 words, excluding citations and references)

  • Titles and authors (and affiliation) of the presentations included in the symposium, highlighting the author who will do the presentation for each presentation

  • Passport-sized photo, in JPG file format

 

Terms: The organization will wave the registration fee of the symposium coordinator. All co-authors of each presentation must be registered in the congress, with the exception of the coordinator who may present one presentation. For each paper there must be a different person registered and, this person may only appear once as the main author of a paper in an invited symposium.

The coordinator will be part of the Scientific Committee.

 

Send proposals in a Word document to: psclinica.sec@aepc.es

OTHER PRESENTATION MODALITIES

NEW DEADLINE: only from SEPTEMBER 10-24

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

The time allotted for an oral presentation is 8-10 minutes. Once the abstract has been accepted, the oral presentation must be sent through the My Congress private area, within the established dates that will be communicated with the acceptance of the paper.

WRITTEN PRESENTATIONS (POSTER)

Once the abstract has been accepted, the poster must be sent in PDF format through the My Congress private area, following the instructions and within the established dates that will be communicated with the acceptance of the paper.

CLINICAL CASES (WRITTEN & ORAL)

Proposals of clinical cases may be presented both orally and in writing, which the scientific committee will group according to the subject. All clinical case summaries must contain the following information to expand during the presentation:

  • Patient identification

  • Reason for consultation

  • History of the problem

  • Description of the problem behavior

  • Setting treatment goals

  • Therapeutic objective

  • Selection of the most appropriate treatment

  • Selection and application of evaluation techniques and results obtained in this phase

  • Application of treatment

  • Assessment of treatment efficacy

  • Follow-up: specify whether and in what period

  • Observations

Once the proposal is accepted, the presentation of oral clinical cases must be recorded and on video (8-10 minutes) and sent. If it is a written clinical case (poster), it should be sent in PDF format. In both cases, the submission will be made through the My Congress private area following the instructions and within the established dates that will be communicated with the acceptance of the work.

CLINICAL SESSIONS

Each clinical session will have a duration of 35-90 minutes (depending on the number of clinical cases), allowing the presentation of a minimum of four and a maximum of six papers (presented by different authors) of 8 to 10 minutes.

There must be a different main author for each paper. To submit a proposal, the coordinator is required to send a general abstract through the platform with a list of the speakers who will participate, and an individual abstract for each clinical case as indicated in the application. Once the proposal has been accepted, the complete session recorded on video must be sent through the private area My Congress, following the instructions and within the established dates that will be communicated with the acceptance of the presentation.

SYMPOSIUMS

Each symposium will have a duration between 35-90 minutes (depending on the number of papers), allowing the presentation of a minimum of four and a maximum of six papers (presented by different authors) of 8 to 10 minutes. For the submission of a proposal for the presentation of a symposium, the symposium coordinator is required to present a general abstract with a list of the speakers who will participate, and an individual abstract of each communication, following the guidelines indicated on the MY CONGRESS platform.

Once the proposal is accepted, the full symposium, recorded on video, must be sent through the virtual platform on the Congress website, within the established dates, which will be communicated with the acceptance of the presentation.

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