NEPA

Call For Submissions

Priority Submission Deadline
August 1, 2022

Submission (symposium, paper, poster, or research proposal) implies a commitment to attend the meeting and deliver the presentation if it is accepted. Submissions will be accepted or rejected based on peer review. All attendees, presenters, and guests are required to register for the meeting. The NEPA program committee reserves the right to request that papers for which thematic sessions are not available be presented as posters.

Submission Deadlines:

The NEPA Priority Deadline for Posters, Symposiums, and Papers is August 1, 2022. NEPA will continue to review and accept posters until September 1, 2022

Poster Submission: Poster submissions should have clear and detailed articulation of research questions, procedures, data analyses, and implications of the results is encouraged. Theoretical and literature review submissions will be considered provided that they present new ideas, models, or frameworks for future research. Posters may be qualitative in concept and methodology provided that a sufficient description of data sources/evidence, evaluation procedures, and substantiated conclusions is provided.

Research Proposal Submission: NEW FOR 2021! NEPA will accept a limited number of research proposals that will be presented in a LIVE Zoom Session for the authors to receive feedback from NEPA attendees and colleagues! This is a great way to get some initial feedback on an idea you might have. Research Proposal Submissions should clearly articulate the research
question, the background/relevant literature, and the proposed methodology. If you have anticipated analyses you can present those as well.

Please follow the pop-up directions that are available for each of the required fields.

The submission of a proposal implies a commitment to attend the meeting and deliver the presentation if it is accepted. All attendees, presenters, and guests are required to register for the meeting. Proposals will be accepted or rejected on the basis of peer review.

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Michael Amico, Ph.D.
Housatonic Community College
900 Lafayette Blvd
256 Beacon Hall
Bridgeport, CT 06604

NEPsychological@gmail.com
Phone: 203-362-5163

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The New England Psychological Association presents invited addresses, symposia, workshops, papers and posters at annual autumn meetings held in the six New England states, usually on a college campus.