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invited for The
Seventeenth International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology
to be held
in Brisbane from Monday,
to Friday, July 20th,
should be made
electronically and must
include the following information:
this conference is Personal Construct Theory
- A theory
with infinite possibilities, offering a broad canvas to those
life who use PCP in their practice, research and theorising.
Committee invites sole
authors or first authors from
a collaboration to submit proposals for papers. The standard
should be of 30 minutes duration, which includes
time for questions and discussion.
presenters for different
formats (eg poster,
longer durations, will however be considered by the
encouraged to have copies
of their papers available
for distribution at the conference.
and email addresses, phone and fax numbers
and email addresses, phone and fax numbers of each coauthor
100 words) to be
included in the program (printed). Abstracts should be attached.
Please confirm in writing when you submit your abstract that your
conforms to the standard 30 minute ‘paper’ format.
If you propose a
different format, please make clear your proposal and
indicate your requirements for
computer with CD ROM
- other (specify)
submission of abstracts is Wednesday,
14th Februar 2007
Richard Bell: email@example.com
|Call for expression of
interest - Pre/post congress workshop presentations
committee plan to provide a
limited number of workshops prior to and immediately following the
is anticipated the workshops will take place on the morning of the 16
and on the afternoon of the 20 July 07.
If you are interested
presenting a fee
paying workshop at the 2007 Congress in Brisbane
forward the following to Barbara
Tooth at firstname.lastname@example.org
by the 20
choosing which workshops to
include preference will be given to interactive workshops, not long
Indications of this should be included in the outline.
- Brief outline of
- CV for promotional
It is anticipated the
presenters will be all money collected from attendees less 10% and