Call for Papers
January 1, 2014 – March 31, 2014 Extended to April 9, 2014
Second call for symposium proposals NOTE: Acceptance or refusal will be notified by April 15, 2014.
March 1, 2014 – April 30, 2014
Open for abstract submissions (symposium and posters)
The Online Registration System is available.
April 30, 2014
Final deadline for all abstract submissions
May 31, 2014
Notification of acceptance, revision, or refusal of submitted abstracts
June 25, 2014
Due date of registration fees for presenters
NOTE: All the participants except for invited speakers need to pay the registration fees by the due date. Otherwise the accepted papers will not appear on the program and proceedings
Thank you for submitting symposium proposals. We have accepted more than 30 proposals.
The organizers of the accepted symposia are kindly requested to ask each speaker to register with the Online Registration System and to submit his/her abstract (300-400 words) by April 30, 2014. The title and organizer(s) of the symposium will appear on the drop-down list.
Each symposium will be 90 minutes or 120 minutes in duration, with four or five speakers (20-minute presentation) on interrelated topics.
Please note that each abstract will be reviewed by members of the Scientific Program Committee. By May 31, 2014, the symposium organizer will receive the decision about the acceptance, revision, or refusal of the abstracts.
All accepted abstracts will be published as a Special Issue of International Journal of Psychophysiology, which will be distributed to all registered participants at IOP2014 and will be electrically published on ScienceDirect (Elsevier) with individual digital object identifiers (DOIs).
Important Note: We cannot offer any financial support (e.g., exemption from registration fees, travel and hotel expenses) for speakers.
The Online Registration System is now open.
In the past IOP congresses, there were no oral paper sessions. Only poster presentations were available for participants who could not organize or join a symposium.
We will break with that tradition, and will offer every poster presenter at IOP2014 a chance to have a short (<1 min) talk with one power point slide in front of the audience just before the poster session. This will certainly facilitate discussion!
In addition, depending on the number of symposia proposed, some proposers of posters may be selected by the Scientific Program Committee and invited to present their paper at special oral sessions, each of which consists of interrelated topics.
Each abstract (400 words) will be reviewed by members of the Scientific Program Committee. By May 31, 2014, the corresponding author will receive the decision about the acceptance, revision, or refusal of the abstract.
All accepted abstracts will be published as a Special Issue of International Journal of Psychophysiology, which will be distributed to all registered participants at IOP2014 and will be electrically published on ScienceDirect (Elsevier) with separate digital object identifiers (DOI).