Proposal Submission

The deadline for submitting your proposal is August 15th 2016 (extended deadline August 25 2016). Your proposal will be accepted, rejected, or offered an alternative presentation format. The decision will be e-mailed to you by September 10th 2016.

All proposals should be sent via e-mail to as a Word document attachment.

Paper guidelines
Style and formatting according to APA Guidelines (for more information, see the tutorial at

Format Style
Word document. Times New Roman, 12 point, double-spaced, no hyphenation

Specific writing guidelines
1. Write one conference sub-theme (indicated in the call for papers) to which your proposals is most closely linked to.
2. Provide the author(s) information, the title of your proposal, and three keywords that best describe your proposal.
3. Include an abstract of maximum 300 words describing your presentation.

An abstract is a summary of the entire paper. It should be accurate, self-contained, non-evaluative, coherent, and readable.
The abstract should contain information regarding:
  • Theoretical background
  • Aim / research question / hypotheses
  • Method
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • References
4. All submissions will be reviewed by members of the scientific committee of the conference.