48th Annual Convention
Expo Poster Submission Guidelines
The ABAI Expo is a special poster session for presentations of ABAI accredited behavior analysis training programs, internship and employment opportunities, special interest groups (SIGs), affiliated chapters, ABAI boards and committees, and behavioral associations around the world.
Single posters should be 3’10” (1,168 mm) by 3’10” (1,168 mm) and double posters should be 3’10” (1,168 mm) tall by 7’10” (2387 mm) wide to accommodate the provided poster boards. The Expo poster session is scheduled for Friday evening.
|Single Poster||Double Poster|
|ABAI Board or Committee
|ABAI Accredited Behavior Analysis Training Program
|Behavior Analysis Training Program
|Affiliate Special Interest Group
|Associate Special Interest Group
The following information is required in order to make a complete submission:
Please use title case when entering the title (e.g., Clinical Applications of Behavior Analysis: A Two-Part Study), not all lowercase or all capital letters. Please limit titles to 15 words (200 characters). Please spell out all acronyms. No ending punctuation or quotation marks around the title are necessary.
- ABAI Accredited Behavior Analysis Training Program
- ABAI Board or Committee
- Affiliated Chapter
- Associate Chapter
- Associate Special Interest Group
- Behavior Analysis Training Program
- Other Organization
- Special Interest Group
- Expo Poster Single
- Expo Poster Double
Payment Contact Information
If payment is required for the type and size of expo poster submitted, you will be asked to provide the following information:
- Payment Contact Full Name
- Payment Contact Email
- Payment Contact Phone Number
- PO Number (if applicable)
The abstract must follow American Psychological Association style guidelines and be no fewer than 150 words and no more than 200 words. Abstracts should begin with a sentence stating why the topic is important and end with the general conclusion, relevance, or potential impact. All acronyms must be spelled out at first mention.
Data-Based Submission Abstracts
The abstract for a data-based presentation also must include (1) an overview of the types of participants, (2) an overview of the types of procedures, and (3) a statement of what the data showed, with what degree of confidence.
Please include up to four keywords (single words or two-word phrases) with each submission. Keywords should be as specific as possible (e.g., "reinforcement" or "autism" would be too general; "CPT," "insurance," or "telehealth" would be acceptable). Along with the domains, keywords will allow conference attendees to search for topics most relevant to them.
Presenting Author, Author
You will be asked to add an individual by searching for a contact. You must provide a last name and full or partial email address.
If the contact you search for is not found, you can add a new contact. The following information is required:
- Affiliation (if including more than one affiliation, separate with a semi-colon [e.g., Affiliation One; Affiliation Two])
- Valid email address (all correspondence will be sent to this address)
Please do not add a new contact if the displayed email or affiliation is out of date. After completing your submission, please contact ABAI (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the submission ID number and the corrected information for your contact. This ensures that there will not be multiple contact records for the same person.
Assurances, Photography Release, Confirmation of Submission Received
Data Assurance (Required)
Your completed submission is verification that you have permission to present the data and information in the submission. If submitting via email, type the following statement: "In making this submission, I affirm that the presenters in this event have been authorized to present the content and data and that the correct authors have been credited for the work presented."
Research Standards Assurance (Required)
You affirm that by making this submission, that all procedures described in this presentation conformed to the internationally recognized standards set forth for research involving human or animal subjects
Presentation Assurance (Required)
Your submission is acceptance of responsibility. If your submission is accepted, you guarantee that the presenting author (and chair, discussant, or panelist, as appropriate) will have current ABAI membership status, register for and attend the convention and deliver the presentation, as scheduled by the Program Board. Please note: Presenters who fail to deliver an accepted and scheduled presentation will not be permitted to present the following year. If submitting via email, type the following statement: "If my proposed presentation is accepted, I guarantee that the presenting author will register and attend the conference and deliver the presentation, as scheduled by the Program Board."
Conduct Assurance (Required)
All presenters at ABAI events are expected to abide by ABAI’s Ethics and Diversity policies. Discriminatory and derogatory language with respect to individuals or groups based on their personal characteristics (e.g., race, gender) will not be tolerated in presentations at ABAI.
Photography Release (Required)
You acknowledge that while at the ABAI event, you may be photographed by an ABAI-approved photographer. By making a submission, you are granting the Association for Behavior Analysis International permission to use your likeness in photograph(s) in any and all of its publications and in any and all other media, whether now known or hereafter existing, controlled by the Association for Behavior Analysis International, in perpetuity, and for other use by the association. You will make no monetary or other claim against the Association for Behavior Analysis International for the use of the photograph(s).
Language Assurance (Required)
You affirm that your submission uses language that reflects our values of equity and inclusion of all cultures and groups and adheres to the guidelines outlined in the Call for Submissions Handbook.
For each submission, each author listed will receive a confirmation email containing a submission ID number; said email serves as confirmation that the submission has been received and saved in the convention database. Please keep the submission ID number for your records to reference when communicating with the ABAI office. You may review the submission at any time by returning to the "Call for Papers Entry" section of the portal. If you do not receive a submission confirmation email, do not resubmit. Please contact the ABAI office at email@example.com.