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Conference

BPS London Postgraduate Meet-ups (in conjunction with PSYPAG)

19 February 2019 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
London
This event is free and open to BPS members and the general public. Registration is required. See Pricing tab for more information.
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Over the course of the year we will be hosting quarterly evening meet-ups in central London, aimed at developing a postgraduate community.

The range of topics covered are:

  • Develop your presenting skills and practice speaking about your research project
  • Gain peer feedback on your research
  • Network with fellow Psychology postgraduate students in and around London

Please note: this event is aimed at Postgraduate Students.

  • Submission Deadline: Midnight 3 February
  • Registration Deadline: Midnight 13 February

The British Psychological Society
30 Tabernacle Street
London
EC2A 4UE
 

18:00
Welcome
18:05
Exploring the Emotional Journey through Athlete Transition
Jenna Woolven
18:25
EEG and IQ
Gwyneth Wesley Rolph
18:45
The Moderating Role of Threat on Meta-(de)humanization
Melissa Pavetich & Sofia Stathi
19:05
Break
Tea and Coffee available upstairs
19:15
The Understanding and Experience of Common Mental Health Disorders in Turkish-Speaking Migrants in the UK
Ayse Akan
19:35
The Relation among Problematic Internet Use, Substance Abuse and Self-Regulation
Pinar Cakir & Judith Roberts
19:55
AOB and Close

 

Submission information
 
To submit please click here

Submission deadline is midnight on 3 February 2019

PLEASE NOTE that by submitting a proposal does not book you a place to attend the conference.  Please also register your attendance below.

Structure for all submissions
The abstract should be 200 - 250 words (maximum 300 words) in length exclusive of title. It should not include references and should be written in either the past or present tense. Abstracts of accepted papers may appear in The Proceedings of the British Psychological Society which are published online.
Abstracts should be structured according to formats, incorporating the indicated headings and information:
Objectives: State the primary objective of the paper and the major hypothesis tested or research question posed.
Design: Describe the design of the study and the rationale for the procedures adopted (if appropriate.
Methods: Describe how participants were selected and number of participants (if documentary data used, state how these were selected), materials employed (if appropriate), methods of data collection and analysis.
Results: Include numerical and/or textual data.  This should be kept to a minimum. For qualitative analyses briefly describe your findings (eg, themes, categories, discourses identified).
Conclusions: State the conclusions that can be drawn from the study, including theoretical, methodological, or applied/policy implications as appropriate and any key limitations of the study.
Additional requirements for all submissions:
Submissions must also include explicit confirmation that the convenor and authors/co-authors understand and adhere to the Society’s Code of Ethics and Conduct. 

Presentations guidelines [delete appropriate]
Oral presentations will be for 10 minutes followed by 5 minutes for questioning and the atmosphere is always very positive and supportive. (Five minutes is allowed between presentations to enable students to move between rooms.) 
Posters should be A1 size (841 mm (h) x 594 mm (w)) and in portrait orientation and should include the name with which you registered for the conference
 
Submitting as a group
If you are submitting as group to present, please complete the online submissions form online only once and put all the names of the presenters on the form. All individuals must also register individually to attend the conference.

Further submission information

Authors of all material submitted must confirm adherence to the British Psychological Society’s Code of Ethics and Conduct.
Please click here for further information

Registration information

Clicking on the register button will take you to the BPS sign in page - please sign in using your usual BPS membership number and password. 

If you don't yet have an account, you can create one using the link below: 

Once you have signed in, click on this event to register and you should be able to complete the form and add it to your basket.

If you have any queries regarding this event please contact Member Network Services, quoting 'LHC- Postgraduate Meet-ups - 19 Feb' at:

Alternatively telephone during office hours on +44 (0) 116 252 9515 stating the name and date of the event.        

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