PANEL: A panel is the ideal format for presenting different contributions aggregated around a common theme. Panels should include three to four presentations and a discussant (usually the organizer of the panel), focused on related questions. Panels will be 90 minutes with a minimum of 15 minutes for open discussion.
POSTER: Posters are suitable for a variety of contributions, including completed projects, theoretical contributions, single case studies, pilot studies, and work-in-progress. Poster dimensions should approximate 80cm x 100cm (32 x 40 inches). We will try to group the posters by topic to stimulate discussion and the exchange of ideas.
PAPER: Papers that are not part of a panel will be assigned a specific slot by the Organizing Committee. In this case, papers are 20 minutes reports about ongoing or completed studies. Paper sessions will be 90 minutes and will consist of three presentations, with 10 minutes for discussion allotted to each.
WORKSHOP: Workshops are opportunities to present practical approaches and specific techniques. The main focus is the development of skills and experiential involvement. A detailed description of the techniques that will be addressed in the workshop (e.g., theoretical background, aims, step-by-step procedures) should be also submitted. Workshops can be designed for 45 or 90 minutes.