Submission Instructions for 2014 Spring Meeting
Deadline for all submissions for the Spring Meeting is Tuesday, September 10, 2013.
Note: due to the division’s blind review process for all juried submissions, all presenter names must be omitted from all abstracts or overviews unless you wish to present a Meet the Author session.
For non-juried submissions, please follow the instructions when you log in.
Continuing education: each panel submission must include a “Continuing Education Information Sheet.” (DOC, 57KB) The sheet can be accessed from the submission form. Colloquies, meet the author and poster submissions do not need to submit the continuing education information sheet as those sessions are not eligible for CE credit.
You will also be asked to submit a cover sheet and a CV for all participants. You will need to prepare that information in advance and save it on your computer. When you get to this requirement on the submission site, you will then need to access the cover and CV information from your computer and attach it to your submission.
One hour and 50 minutes.
May involve two, three or four participants.
Requires a 150-word overview of the panel and 350 word abstract for each paper to be presented on that panel.
May include one or two participants.
Requires a 150-word abstract.
Panel and Colloquy formats may include prepared paper(s), but it is expected that some portion of the presentation will include extemporaneous discussion. Submissions will include an abstract for each prepared paper (if any), and a description of the time allotted for dialogue and how that discussion will be structured. If the panel will be exclusively discussion, submissions should include a description of the overarching theme and potential areas of specific focus. Special consideration will be given to submissions that emphasize a discussion format for a significant portion of the panel.
Meet the Author
Format for author/audience discussion of a recently published book.
Requires a 150-word abstract.
Format for presentation of quantitative and qualitative research with empirical relevance to all areas of psychoanalytic treatment and theory.
Requires a 250-word abstract. The cover page should include the title of the poster, author’s names and affiliations and corresponding author’s contact information.
Indicate if you are a graduate student and if you would like your abstract published in conference materials.
Submit all proposals for the 2014 New York meeting online.
Once you have clicked on the link, you will be asked to create an account. (Your account from last year’s submission site has been wiped out so you will need to create a new account.) For panels, the Panel Chair should create the account.
When the account is created, you will be able to log into your account via your email address and a password you have created. Please remember to note your password.
The submission process is secure and private. Until the rating and decision process is completed, only the conference coordinator has access to the information that identifies authors and presenters.
The step-by-step process for submitting a proposal is described in the online submission form. Once you have created your account and logged in, you will able to create your submission. You will need to completely fill out all the blanks before you hit “submit.” Once you have done that, you can go back in, if necessary, to make any changes. The system will only save what you have written when you have completed all the blanks. If you do not fill out the form completely, you will need to recreate everything you wrote in an earlier session.
When submitting the online form, remember do not submit any names in the abstract or overview.
If you have any questions, please contact the conference coordinator, Natalie Shear, at firstname.lastname@example.org.