We currently welcome submissions of abstracts for the 2024 annual meeting of the Belgian Association for Psychological Sciences. The deadline to submit abstracts is 15/03/2024. We welcome all abstracts from the field of Psychological Sciences. To submit an abstract, please click on the following link:
For more information on the abstract submission procedure and for author guidelines, please consult the information below.
Abstract submission procedure
Clicking the link above will take you to a separate website where you can submit your abstract.
The deadline to submit abstracts for the 2024 annual meeting of the BAPS is 15/03/2024 (11:59pm). Submissions that are late will not be considered.
Upon submitting your abstract, you will automatically receive a confirmation e-mail.
We plan to review all submitted abstracts by 29/03/2024 and communicate our decisions regarding abstracts via e-mail on 05/04/2024. In case of delays, we will communicate new dates via the BAPS website and mailing list.
Accepted abstracts will be published in a digital abstract book.
When submitting an abstract, you can choose to submit a symposium or an individual (oral or poster) presentation.
A symposium consists of multiple presentations and is led by a chair; the chair of the symposium submits the abstract for the entire symposium.
When submitting the symposium, you will have the opportunity to submit an abstract (max. 1000 words). This abstract should contain the following information:
A brief description of the general topic of the symposium and the format of the symposium. You are free to suggest a format of your own choice (e.g., 3 presenters followed by a discussant; moderated panel discussion; workshop or hack-a-thon), but keep in mind that a session will have a duration of 1 hour.
A brief description of the different presentations in the symposium
When submitting the symposium, you will need to enter the names and affiliations of all authors involved in the symposium. In addition, you will need to indicate who will be presenting.
Individual (oral or poster) presentation:
You can submit an individual presentation, indicating if you would like to include your presentation in an oral session, poster session, or either.
When submitting an individual presentation, you will be required to submit an abstract (max. 250 words). This abstract should contain the following information:
Topic and research questions
Conclusion and contribution
Accepted individual oral presentations will be grouped in thematically coherent sessions by the organizers.