Call for Abstracts-now closed

 

call for abstracts is now closed

Submissions may include oral and poster presentations of recent findings from both longstanding and recently established longitudinal research projects of human development. Presentations highlighting methodological issues associated with longitudinal research are encouraged, as are studies of prevention and public policy. Topics of interest include (but are not limited to) antisocial behavior, mental and physical health, psychosocial development, personality, educational attainment, resiliency, family functioning, and psychobiological development.

Participants are invited to submit structured abstracts comprising background, sample, method, results and conclusions. Abstracts should include the name, affiliation, and email address for each author. Abstracts should be a maximum of 250 words. Abstracts may be submitted for (1) Symposia, (2) Oral Communications, and/or (3) Poster Presentations. If submitting an abstract for a symposium, please include a 250-word description of the overarching theme of the symposium as well as an abstract for each presentation to be included in the symposium.

Sessions will be scheduled for 90 minutes. Symposia may include 4 speakers or 3 speakers plus a discussant.

 

 

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