General instructions for abstract submissions

The following guidelines are provided to assist you to submit your abstract.
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1. General instructions for abstract submissions

Submitted abstracts must be original. Abstracts previously published or presented at an international scientific meeting cannot be submitted.

Language: abstracts should be written in English. Accepted posters and symposia can be delivered in English, Spanish or Portuguese, according to the authors’ preference indicated in the submission form.

Maximum length: Each abstract (overview and individual) must have a maximum of 300 words (see detailed guidelines below).

Spelling: Please ensure that the spelling of names, terms and abbreviations is consistent in the main body of the text.

Tables and Figures: Tables and/or figures are not allowed in the abstract submissions

Topic: Please provide key words to indicate the general topic of your abstracts:

  • Developmental Vulnerabilities Related to Social Disadvantage
  • Neurotechnology and Cognitive Rehabilitation: Barriers to Implementation into Practice
  • A Critical Evaluation of Biomarkers for Behavioural Deficits
  • Controversies in Neuropsychological Assessment: A Cross Cultural Lens
  • Cognitive Neuropsychology: Contributions of Multidisciplinary Methods and Big Data

2. Abstract Submission Portal

All abstracts should be submitted via the online portal. Abstracts sent by e-mail or other means will not be considered. Abstracts will undergo blind review by the congress scientific committee.

The submitting author of each abstract must be the presenting author but does not have to be the first author. Please verify if you filled in the submitting author's name and e-mail address correctly – these contacts will serve for further correspondence with the author(s). All correspondence concerning the abstract will be sent to submitting author’s e-mail address.

The abstract submission portal will take you through the process of submitting your abstract. The abstract submission form is very straightforward, but some explanatory notes are also given below the fields to be filled in.

3. Review process

All abstracts will be reviewed for their quality and relevance by the Program Committee (PC), also taking in consideration the amount of submissions received in each session

4. Submission notification

Authors will be notified about the submission of their abstract by e-mail immediately after submitting. In case you do not receive confirmation within 24 hours, please check your spam folder. In case of no confirmation e-mail, please contact the secretariat:

Authors will not be able to edit the abstracts after submitting them. If any changes are necessary, please email the secretariat


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