AMERICAN COLLEGE OF FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY
38th ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM IN FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY
March 30 – April 2, 2023
At the Westgate Hotel in San Diego, California
Participants can earn up to 23 CE credits
Call for Proposals
We invite proposal submissions for the 2023 Annual Symposium in Forensic Psychology. We encourage proposals that are empirically based and involve topics relevant to the practices of forensic psychologists and attorneys. Proposals that address diversity or ethics are also encouraged.
Proposals are due on or before 11:59 PM PST on Monday, November 7, 2022. Proposals will be evaluated through a peer review process that considers intellectual merit, innovation, and applications for practice. Decisions will be made and communicated to proposal submitters before December.
Papers: Proposals may be submitted for presentation of a paper. Paper presentations will typically be scheduled for 30-to-45-minute time slots. Proposals for paper presentations should include a summary (up to 500 words) and 3 learning objectives.
Panel: Proposals may be submitted for a panel discussion or a similar format. Panel presentations may be scheduled for longer time periods than paper presentations. Proposals for panel presentations should include a summary (up to 500 words) and 3 learning objectives.
Data Blitz: Proposals may be submitted for a brief (5 to 10 minute) presentation of one or two original research studies with results that are applicable to forensic psychology. Proposals for data blitz presentations should include a summary (up to 500 words) and 3 learning objectives.
Posters: Undergraduate and graduate students may submit proposals to present 1 or 2 posters during the symposium. Posters will be presented verbally and visually during the poster session. Proposals for poster presentations should include a summary (up to 500 words) that ends with recommendations explaining how forensic psychologists and/or attorneys can apply the research. Poster presentations must have a student first author/presenter and a faculty advisor who serves as a co-author; other co-authors are optional.
Submit on the ACFP web site (www.forensicpsychology.org) or send to ACFP@forensicpsychology.org.
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