General Information on Submissions
The TeaP is a conference of experimental psychologists. We thus invite submissions of experimental research from all fields of psychology (e.g., cognitive, social, developmental, clinical, biological, emotional/motivational psychology), as well as submissions of relevant methodological developments. Note that submissions that do not fit the scope of the conference might not be accepted. The official conference language is English, although some sessions might be held in German. To avoid possible confusion, the actual language of presentations must be consistent with the language of the accepted abstract.
Each author can only submit one abstract as presenter (either for a talk, poster, or pre-data poster), yet, can be a co-author (non-presenter) for multiple submissions.
All presenters must register and pay the registration fee.
If you have any questions concerning the submission process, please contact email@example.com.
A symposium lasts 90 minutes and involves thematically related talks (15 minutes: 12 min presentation + 3 min discussion) of different (groups of) authors. While we recommend five talks per symposium (+ final 15 minutes for discussion) , the number of talks may vary between four and six. Furthermore, it is possible to submit a double symposium consisting of 8 to 12 talks spread over two sessions. One of the talks may be a discussion combining and expanding on the other talks. The author submitting the symposium will be the symposium chair and will be in charge of its internal organization. Submitting a symposium involves two steps: As a first step, the symposium itself is submitted. This requires a brief summary of the overall topic as well as the associated individual talks. Additionally, for each associated talk, a title and (at least) the first author must be specified. In total, the description of the symposium (i.e., the summary and the list of talks) must not exceed 350 words. As a second step, after being notified that the symposium was tentatively accepted, each of the pre-specified talks must be submitted as a talk (again with an abstract, see below). While doing so, please make sure that the talk is assigned to the correct symposium. To do so, simply choose the symposium title from the drop-down menu.
To submit a symposium, please email a PDF file with the title, a brief abstract, and a list of the symposium's talks to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In talks, authors present their empirical research, methodological advances, or novel theoretical work on a particular topic. Each talk lasts 15 minutes (12 min presentation + 3 min discussion). In order to submit a talk, a title, the full list of authors and an abstract summarizing its content (max. 250 words, incl. references) is required. If your talk is part of a symposium, please state so by choosing the respective symposium title from the drop-down menu. Talks that are not associated with a particular symposium will be grouped based on thematic similarity by the organizing committee of the TeaP. For that purpose, you will be asked to specify at least three, and a maximum of 7 keywords when submitting a talk. The number of talks is limited. If the number of submissions exceeds the overall capacity, talk submissions might be transformed into a poster.
To submit a talk, please use our conference system.
On posters, authors present their empirical research or methodological work (DIN A0 format, portrait mode, i.e., 1189 mm x 841 mm). Each poster will be displayed in one of several poster sessions scheduled in the program. Authors are asked to remain with their poster for discussions throughout the whole poster session. In order to submit a poster, a title, the full list of authors and an abstract summarizing its content (max. 250 words, incl. references) are required. You will be asked to specify at least three, and a maximum of 7 keywords when submitting a poster.
To submit a poster, please use our conference system.Please note that if your poster is accepted, you may be nominated for the Best Poster Award.
The aim of the pre-data poster format is to give researchers the possibility to present and discuss empirical research ideas in the early stages of a planned research project, i.e., before any data have been collected. The pre-data poster session will be visited by a named group of experienced researchers, who will provide feedback and advice on the planned research project. In order to submit a pre-data poster, a title, the full list of authors and an abstract summarizing its content (max. 250 words, incl. references) is required. You will be asked to specify at least three, and a maximum of 7 keywords when submitting a pre-data poster. Although this format is open to everyone, we especially want to invite submissions from first-year PhD students in order to get early feedback on their planned research project.
To submit a pre-data poster, please use our conference system.