Abstracts for posters or oral presentations (30 minutes including discussion and questions from the audience) at the 16th International Reversal Theory Conference July 16-19, 2013 in Reims, FRANCE, should be submitted to the Scientific Committee electronically via the conference website (SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT here) no later than Monday, April 15, Tuesday, April 30, 2013.
The Scientific Committee will be comprised of scholars in the different domains of psychology (clinical psychology, cognitive psychology, social psychology, sport & exercise psychology, etc.). Please carefully read the Authors Guidelines. The committee’s decision and recommendations will be communicated individually early June 2013.
All presenters must be registered electronically (PREREGISTRATION here) at least one day in advance of conference. Payment of registration fees should be made directly on-line (PAYMENT here, credit card or French check), or on-site (French check, or cash).
We look forward to receiving your abstract !
The city of Reims has much to celebrate in July 2013. Not only will it receive the participants of the 16th international Reversal Theory conference, but it will be the first international RT meeting to be held in France. It is not an exaggeration to say that we are really proud that France and Reims has been chosen as the venue for this conference.
Prestigious researchers should come from all over the world so as to work together and share their knowledge and their experience. It is our desire that not only information but also cultures will interact in ways that will present opportunities for profound academic dialogue.
The scientific programme will consist of plenary lectures, shorter oral communications, as well as poster sessions (which will be limited to graduate students) covering all fields of application of Reversal Theory (psychology, health sciences, sport & exercise, work, etc.). I cordially invite you to share your work with our community during this exciting conference by submitting a paper by April 30, 2013.
I look forward to meeting you and welcoming you in Reims at the occasion of the 16th international Reversal Theory conference and sincerely hope that you will join us to make this event a great success.
Reims is waiting for you !
Fabien D. Legrand, PhD Conference President University of Reims
WELCOME IN REIMS
Reims is a French middle-sized city (counting about 150.000
inhabitants) whis is located in northeastern France (140km from Paris). It has
two thousand years of history and has long earned the name of« capital of Champagne ».
Reims is also known for its cathedral, a masterpiece of gothic art listed as a
UNESCO world heritage site, where generations of French kings were crowned over
more than ten centuries. This is a place which has, according to its residents,
a friendly charm, nice coffehouses, and good restaurants.
Acceptance notification: early June, 2013 Late registration fees: after June 15, 2013
Journal of Motivation, Emotion, and Personality: Reversal Theory Studies
The Editorial board of the Journal of Motivation, Emotion, and Personality: Reversal Theory Studies (JMEP) is pleased to announce the publication of the first electronic issue. This is an open access, peer reviewed journal designed to focus on research and applications work involving the use of Reversal Theory. Please go online to http://reversaltheory.net/journal/issue-index/ to view the first issue articles.
We also would like to announce a call for papers for the second and third issues of JMEP. The second issue will be a special issue focused on RT in the realm of design psychology and will include a guest editor. If you would like to submit a theme-relevant piece, the deadline for submission for the second issue is May 15th. We anticipate the publication of the 2nd issue in September 2013. We are also now accepting submissions of any kind, on any RT topic (see author guidelines on the JMEP website) for the 3rd issue. The deadline for submissions for the third issue will be Oct 15, 2013, with an anticipated publication date of February 2014. Please consider submitting your Reversal Theory focused manuscript to the Journal. Thank you!