Paper submissions are individual, oral presentations. A paper submission may report empirical research if it is too complex for effective presentation in a poster (e.g., an integrated series of experiments). Otherwise, all data-based and single-study paper submissions will be accepted as poster presentations. All paper presentations will be 20 minutes long. Submissions not accepted will be considered for a poster session.
Call for Papers deadline is July 14th, 2013. Acceptance and rejection decisions will be e-mailed by July 31st, 2013.
The Conference Committee will review all submitted abstracts and will be the only judge for acceptance or rejection. Innovative contributions with relevant empirical or theoretical findings will be preferred. Extended abstracts of the accepted posters will be published in the Conference Proceedings. Extended abstract might be subject to editing before publication. 
Young Presenting Authors (35 years old or less) are eligible for 10 grants that will allow free admission to the Conference. The grants will be assigned by the Conference Committee to the most innovative and relevant submissions.  
Please gather the following information before attempting to submit:
Title in english
Title in italian (optional)
Abstract (in english or italian - max. 150 words)
Extended Abstract (to be submitted by September 10th, 2013)
Topic (topics of the Conference are: Methodological Contributions; Theoretical Contributions; Clinical Applications; Developmental / Educational Applications) 
Presenting Author (name, affiliation and contact e-mail address)
Other Authors (name, affiliation)