We invite submissions of abstracts in any area of experimental pragmatics, including neuropragmatics, developmental pragmatics, and clinical pragmatics, as well as multimodal communication. Three types of submission are accepted:
Abstract submission will open on February 1st, 2020
Please, follow these submission guidelines to submit your abstract:
- The abstracts must not exceed 1500 words including references. Max 2 figures to be uploaded separately during the submission process (file format .jpg, .png).
- Abstracts must be written in English and should include a clear title.
- Please indicate three appropriate keywords for your abstract, which will be used for session planning.
- Abstracts for pre-registration posters must respect the same word limits and should include the following sections:
- Introduction (background, reasons for carrying out the study, hypotheses);
- Methods (how the hypothesis will be tested);
- Approach for statistical analysis (what statistical tests will be used).
Accepted pre-registration posters should include the sections above, plus any data collected since submitting the abstract, and any initial statistical analysis or conclusions
- The number of submissions is limited to maximally one as first (or sole) author (plus joint submissions where the author is not first author). Pre-registration posters are not counted in the one submission as first or sole author limit.
- Please specify the type of submission (oral, poster or pre-registration). As for talk/poster, we will do our best to accommodate your preference, but given the tight schedule we cannot guarantee that we will be able to accommodate your preference
Please click here to submit an abstract
Submission deadline: February 29th, 2020
Confirmation of abstract acceptance will be sent by mid April, 2020