Submissions Abstract Submission Form 2016.docx

Submission Deadlines
Workshops - September 1, 2016
Symposia - November 1, 2016
Oral - November 15, 2016
Posters - December 15, 2016

Presentations should be focused on, but are not limited to:
  • Therapeutic applications
  • Clinical reports and data indicating the efficacy and efficiency of using neurofeedback and biofeedback in the treatment of a wide range of cognitive disorders and conditions
  • Quantitative electroencephalography analysis as well as other neuroimaging techniques
  • Neuromodulation assessment and intervention techniques
  • Adjunctive modalities of intervention (e.g. biofeedback, cognitive rehabilitation, etc.) in combination with neurofeedback
  • Topics of interest include: ADHD, Autism, Epilepsy, Emotion regulation, Headaches, Sports, Psychosomatic disorders, Brain Damage and Peak Performance

Why present?
  • Share your data about empirical support for neurofeedback and biofeedback treatments, enhancing the scientific approach to those treatments
  • Contribute to and learn about the most recent advances in your profession
  • Advocate for your field
  • Share your knowledge
  • Network with others in your profession
  • Collaborate and share data to provide solutions that serve the profession
  • Students—share your dissertation or thesis project

Preparing Your Abstract
Please review the submission guidelines, criteria, terms and conditions.

All the submissions should contain:
  • The type of presentation that you would prefer (The organization may propose a change from short presentation to poster. In case you are submitting for a short presentation, you should say if you agree with this change if this would be proposed.)
  • A title describing the content of the work
  • The name of all the authors included in the work - the main author should be registered at the conference
  • A short abstract (no more than 300 words)
  • 4 keywords
  • 3 learning objectives

Abstract Content
Your abstract should cover these points:

TITLE: The wording in the title should describe the ideas presented in the abstract.
HYPOTHESIS/JUSTIFICATION: The abstract should propose an idea that is novel or of value to the field.
SUPPORT: The abstract should provide information to justify the hypothesis or to confirm the validity of the justification. It´s important that the information is clearly written and logically organized with all references properly cited.
METHODS: The basics of the experimental design should be described.
RESULTS: Results of the study are not necessary when the abstract is presented, but preliminary results can be described.
CONCLUSION: Implications that are likely to arise from the researcher’s anticipated findings will be explained. Important points should be stated in a clear manner.

Conditions for presentations:
  • A maximum of 2 abstracts per presenting author may be submitted.
  • If you are accepted and you cancel your presentation you will not be permitted to submit for the following year.
  • All presenters will complete conflict of interest statements that will permit them to disclose their commercial and other involvements that pertain to the content of their presentations.
  • All education provided will be free of commercial bias, attempts to sell equipment, or advocate for particular software or equipment. The only exception to this will be courses that are specifically geared towards a particular treatment approach.
  • Presenters may provide basic contact information, a description of relevant services they offer and how they might be contacted. Otherwise, solicitation or sales during an educational presentation will be strictly prohibited. Abstract Submission Form 2016.docx

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