The deadline for submitting a contribution has passed. Information on the different submission formats remains accessible for archival reasons.
General information on submitting a contribution:
- To submit a presentation, you must first create an account (please use the "submit a paper" button at the home page).
- Abstracts can be submitted between 30/01 and 16/04/2023 (max. 250 words). All submitted presentations will be subject to a peer review process. A decision on acceptance will be provided by 15/05/2023.
- In order to include an accepted presentation in the program, all presenters must register for conference participation by 18/06/2023 (early bird fee).
- Submissions are possible in the conference languages German and English. Please make sure to submit the title and abstract in the presentation language and to choose a uniform presentation language within submitted symposia.
- Please do not use graphics or links when writing abstracts.
- Abstracts of accepted presentations will be published online in a conference program booklet.
Contributions are accepted in the following formats:
Symposia (deadline April, 2nd, 2023)
- Organized thematically related groups of 4-5 individual presentations (completed empirical, theoretical, or methodological research papers or reviews).
- Important note: To submit a symposium proposal, we kindly ask the symposium organizer to send the symposium title and the first and last names of all presenters by e-mail to fg-rp-2023[at]uni-mainz.de. Once the title of the symposium proposal has been entered into the submission system, the symposium organizer will be notified by email and asked to invite presenters to submit their abstracts for the individual presentation by selecting the title of the symposium. Please only assign your presentation to a symposium if this was intended as part of the planning for the symposium. It is not necessary to submit a separate symposium summary.
- Time frame: 90 minutes
Individual research presentation (deadline extended to 16/04/2023)
- Individually submitted presentations on completed empirical, theoretical, or methodological research or reviews will subsequently be thematically grouped by the organizing team.
- Time frame: 15 minutes of presentation time and 5 minutes of discussion
Position statement (deadline extended to 16/04/2023)
- Position statements serve to present a well-founded scientific position on a topic or in a debate.
- Time frame: 30 minutes of presentation time and 15 minutes of discussion
Poster presentation (deadline extended to 16/04/2023)
- Poster presentations serve to present completed or ongoing empirical, theoretical, or methodological research work or reviews.
- The format for posters is DIN A0 (upright format).