We invite submissions of abstracts in any area of experimental pragmatics, including neuropragmatics, developmental pragmatics, and clinical pragmatics as well as pragmatics in 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
Submission deadline: February 29th, 2020
Confirmation of abstract acceptance will be sent by mid April, 2020