Call for Programs: The APA Division of Exercise and Sport Psychology Convention, August 2014

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The APA Division of Exercise and Sport Psychology looks forward to another stimulating and engaging APA convention, occurring next year in Washington, D.C. from August 7-August 10, 2014. The Call for Programs came out recently and we would like to call your attention to three important deadlines for submitting convention proposals:

  1. Collaborative Programming – In 2014, collaborative programming will be emphasized via programs that cut across APA divisions and content areas within psychology. Collaborative programming hours have been set aside for proposals involving 2-3 divisions and at least 2 presenters. These proposals will be competitively reviewed, with innovative programming encouraged. Please seehttp://apa.org/convention/convention-call.pdf or http://apa.org/convention/proposals.aspx for more information. The deadline for this new collaborative programming will be Friday, November 1, 2013.
  2. Continuing Education Workshops – submit a half- or full-day workshop proposal to the Continuing Education Committee athttp://apa.org/ed/ce/resources/proposals.aspx. Proposals are due Monday, November 11, 2013.
  3. Traditional Divisional Programming – the traditional APA Convention proposal sent to Division 47. Please note that Division 47 will not be considering individual paper sessions this year – we ask that you submit research findings as symposia or posters. These proposals are due Monday, December 2, 2013.

Please see this document for a quick and easy guide about the different types of programs being reviewed and deadlines for abstract submissions. If you have questions, please contact the Division 47 Program Chairs, Courtney Albinson (c-albinson@northwestern.edu) and Jamie Shapiro (Jamie.Shapiro@du.edu). We look forward to another year of great programming and hope to see you in D.C.!

 

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