Submission

Deadline for Submissions

Abstract Submissions Deadline: 15th of March

Submission Policy

Individuals can submit up to 5 abstracts across all submission types (single paper presentation, symposium, poster presentation) as a speaker (or chair + speaker for a symposium). There is no limitation in participation as discussant in a symposium or co-author across all submission types.

All speakers (presenting authors and discussants) should be paid registrants of the conference. Participants who register as Non-Speakers may not submit an abstract.

Abstracts can only be submitted via the online abstract submission system linked from the conference website.

For symposium submissions, the Symposium Chair should integrate all presentations of the symposium into one submission. A Chair can also be a presentation speaker.

To withdraw submitted abstracts, authors should contact Dr. Lusy Asa Akhrani, email: iaccp@ub.ac.id

Submission Types

Symposium: A symposium is a 60-minute session (consisting of three to four individual presentations). One or two discussant(s) can also be included.

  • If the submitted symposium is not accepted, participating authors can resubmit single paper presentations and/or poster

Single paper presentation: Single paper submissions allow the accepted authors to give a 15-20 minute oral presentation of their research at the conference.

  • The Scientific Committee will review and group single paper submissions into paper sessions, each of which will include three to four presentations. Single paper submissions will also be considered for poster presentation unless authors opt not to be. Presenters may be online or in-person.

Poster presentation: Poster presentations provide interactive discussion between presenters and attendees. Thus, authors should be present at the poster session during the designated time.

Forum/roundtable: A group of presenters hold a discussion on a single topic that incorporates questions from the audience.

Using the Submission Form

Individual papers, posters, symposia, and forums/roundtables are submitted on the same form. The top section of the form (listing authors and an abstract) is used for all types of submissions. For symposia, it is used to describe the session (listing chairs and the overall abstract for the session). The fields below are only used for the presentations that comprise a symposium.

Guidelines for Symposia

To submit a symposium proposal, please prepare the following information.

Symposium Title: A succinct title that describes the main topic of the symposium (up to 125 characters, including spaces)

Brief Symposium Abstract (up to 25 words), for WHOVA preview

Full Symposium Abstract (up to 200 words)

Presentation Titles, Brief Abstracts, and Full Abstracts for all presentations (up to 125 characters for each title, up to 25 words for each Brief Abstract, up to 200 words for each Full Abstract)

Presenter/Authors Information

  • Provide the symposium chair(s) information on the Authors fields at the beginning of the submission
  • Chair (required): Name, Affiliation, Status (Student or Faculty/Professional), Email address, Country/Region
  • Co-Chair (optional): Name, Affiliation, Status (Student or Faculty/Professional), Email address, Country/Region
  • Speakers 1, 2, 3, 4 (4th speaker is optional): Name, Affiliation, Status (Student or Faculty/Professional), Email address, Country/Region
  • Co-author(s) (for each presentation): Name, Affiliation
  • Discussants 1, 2 (Optional): Name, Affiliation, Status (Student or Faculty/Professional),Email address, Country/Region
  • Research topic: Select two to five options from the topic list that best describe the main content of the symposium (see here).
  • Paper abstract: the abstract should include (a) the purpose of the study, (b) method (if empirical), (c) summary of results, and (d) conclusion

Guidelines for Individual Paper and Poster Presentation Submissions

To submit a proposal for a single paper presentation, a poster presentation, or a forum/roundtable, please prepare the following information.

Title: A succinct title that describes the main topic of research (up to 125 characters, including spaces)

Brief Abstract (up to 25 words), for WHOVA preview

Full Abstract (up to 200 words): the abstract should include (a) the purpose of the study, (b) method (if empirical), (c) summary of results, and (d) conclusion

Author Information

  • Speaker (First author): Name, Affiliation, Status (Student or Faculty/Professional), Email address, Country/Region
  • Co-author(s): Name, Affiliation
  • For forums/roundtables: include the complete list of participants in the co-author(s) field

Research topic: Select two to five options from the topic list that best describe the main content of the presentation (see here)

Poster-Option Choice (for single-paper submissions): Please indicate whether you allow your submissions to be considered for a Poster presentation. (Single paper submissions are also considered for poster presentation unless authors opt for them not to be.)

Research Topics for Submission (23 Topics)

  • Acculturation and Group Processes

  • Approach to Mental Health, Wellbeing, and Mindfulness

  • Climate Change, Environment, and Disaster Management

  • Cognition, Emotion, Personality, and Human Behavior

  • Contemporary Scientific Methods

  • Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Human Factors and Ergonomics

  • Cultural Identity, Diversity and Inclusivity

  • Culture and Positive Psychology

  • Culture Theory

  • Diversity and Universality of Human Development

  • Economic Behavior on Cultural Perspectives

  • Education and Global Learning

  • Ethics and Morality

  • Gender and Cultural Issues

  • Health, Nutrition and Medicine

  • Indigenous Psychology

  • Language and Communication

  • Organizational Behaviour in Global Context

  • Political Psychology and Good Governance

  • Psychological Measurement Across Culture

  • Social and Cultural Neuroscience

  • Technology and Media in Social Transformation

  • Tourism and Travelling Behavior

  • Miscellaneous and Other Topics

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