- Submit online at ins2019.abstractcentral.com
- Please review the call for abstracts BEFORE submitting, available HERE
- Submission dates:
- Submission opens Monday May 7, 2018
- Submission will close on Friday August 10, 2018 at exactly 11:59pm U.S. Eastern Time (-0400 UTC)
- No late submissions accepted — No late-breaking submission category
- Submissions still in DRAFT after the deadline will not be considered
- Submitting authors will be notified of acceptance decisions by September 30, 2019
- Available Submission Types: Authors may submit an individual abstract for Poster or Paper consideration, or a complete Symposium Proposal (consisting of a pre-organized symposium, organized by a single chair around a central theme, with 4-5 supporting symposium abstracts)
- INS Membership is not required for abstract submission! INS members who have paid their current annual dues will receive discounts on meeting registration and CE fees
Neuropsychology is a melting pot, at the crossroads of neuroscience and behavioral health. To fully understand brain health and illness, we need to consider both neurobiological and psychological processes. We also need to consider developmental factors and the various environmental contexts within which individuals function. Drawing on these ideas, the theme for the 2019 Annual Meeting in New York City is: Embracing the Biopsychosocial Melting Pot. We welcome abstract submissions that represent the interdisciplinary nature of neuropsychology, as well as those that further our understanding of the brain-context relationships that help determine cognitive, emotional, social, and moral development and functioning. As always, we encourage submissions that offer unique insights into cognitive and affective neuroscience of healthy and disease states, innovations in behavioral measurement, and state-of-the-art treatment and rehabilitation approaches.
We couldn’t be more excited to be meeting in NYC, its own melting pot of people and cultures. We hope you’ll join us for a stellar scientific program and the virtually endless arts, cultural, and social opportunities that the Big Apple has to offer.
Paul Bloom, PhD, Professor of Cognitive Science at Yale University, world renowned for his provocative research and popular writing on moral and social development across the lifespan
TED Talks: https://www.ted.com/speakers/paul_bloom
- Tim Hohman, PhD, Assistant Professor of Neurology in the Vanderbilt Memory & Alzheimer’s Center and leading cognitive neuroscientist examining novel markers of Alzheimer’s disease risk and resilience
- Judy Illes, PhD, Director of Neuroethics Canada at University of British Columbia and internationally recognized authority in neuroscience and biomedical ethics
Adrian Owen, PhD, Canada Excellence Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience and Imaging and pioneer in the use of neuroimaging to examine brain function in minimally conscious states
TEDx Talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvUvY_JrUgA
Rebecca Saxe, PhD, Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at MIT and groundbreaking neuroscientist studying the neural basis of social cognition
TED Talks: https://www.ted.com/speakers/rebecca_saxe
- Sandrine Thuret, PhD, Head of the Adult Neurogenesis and Mental Health Lab, King’s College London and global leader in environmental and molecular regulatory mechanisms of adult neurogenesis
Invited Symposia Highlights
- Global neuroscience: impact of culture, resources, and education, chaired by Deborah Koltai Attix, PhD,
- Neuroethics and neurotechnology, chaired by Judy Illes, PhD, and
- Cross-cultural perspectives on learning disabilities, chaired by Robin Peterson, PhD.
- The program will also include a scientific debate on the neurocognitive effects of cannabis featuring Igor Grant, MD, and Krista Lisdahl, PhD, moderated by Raul Gonzalez, PhD, as well as a panel discussion on how science and the media intersect and interact, using concussion as an illustrative example.