Invitation to Submit Abstracts
Abstract Submissions are CLOSED
We invite abstract submissions of relevant work to be presented as a poster presentation at the 2012 Society for Social Neuroscience meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 11-12, immediately preceding the Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. We welcome abstracts reporting recent results in the field of social behavior and its neural underpinnings, whether they involve animal or human subjects. Investigators at any career stage are encouraged to present posters or contributed 9-minute talks. Contributed talks will be selected from among the abstracts based on available space and overall balance. Abstracts that are not accepted for contributed talks will be automatically considered for poster presentation.
Poster Submission GUIDELINES
To submit a poster, the presenting author of the poster should:
During the submission process you will be asked whether the presenting author wishes to present the submitted work as a poster presentation or a contributed talk. Contributed talks are presented in dedicated symposia on the first day of the meeting in a short-talk format (9 minutes + 3 minutes for questions). Contributed talks will be selected by the Program Committee, attempting to balance diversity of disciplines and topics.
After submitting, you will receive a confirmation email containing the details of your submission. This email confirms that your abstract was received and will be reviewed by the S4SN review committee. Incomplete abstract or submission will be rejected after a review process.
Acceptance notifications will be emailed by June 15, 2012.
Please follow these guidelines when submitting your abstract. The Presenting Author is responsible for assurance of adherence to these guidelines and of the merit of the presentation.
If you have questions about your submission, please contact the Program Committee at .