Abstract Submission for Poster Session
We are pleased to invite you to participate in the Poster Session in the format of poster spotlight presentations (5 min talk + questions). We welcome posters on the topics of social neuroimaging, naturalistic stimuli neuroscience, social influence in varoius social contexts, cross- and intra-cultural differences in social neuroscience.
Abstract submission deadline EXTENDED: June 13, 2021 (23:59:59 GTC+3).
Members of the Programme Committee will review each abstract. The Committee expect to have high quality poster. Abstract acceptance will be strictly based on scientific content. Abstracts that are unethical, incomplete, or contain insufficient data will not be accepted. Experimental reports should include relevant data such as number of subjects studied or statistical information, as appropriate. All accepted abstracts will be published in the Abstract Book that will be available on the site of the Conference in electronic form.
You are not required to register for the Conference prior to submitting an abstract, however, if your abstract is selected for poster presentation, the author presenting the poster (presenting author) must register for the conference before June 17, 2021. Please note, unregistered presenting authors will not have their abstract published. By June 14, 2021 the corresponding author will receive the decision about the acceptance or refusal of the abstract. All communication will be done with the presenting author.
The person submitting the abstract should be the presenting author. Abstract must be submitted in English. Each abstract should be formatted to include the following:
• Title. Please refrain from using all caps.
• Authors and Affiliations
• Introduction, Methods, Results, Conclusions ‐ up to 3000 symbols
• References. Optional, better if the abstract is unreferenced.
• Additional Information. Any sponsorship, commercial interest or conflict of interest should be disclosed in this section.
You can find more information about submitting an abstract directly in the Abstract Submission Form.
We will do our best to accommodate speakers from different time zones but need to schedule the event for a time slot sensible in the Moscow / Helsinki region (GTC+3). Please consider the time difference before submitting your abstract.