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CPA Program Chair's Choice papers

 

This year we are continuing the Program Chairs' Choice Paper submission format where individuals submit proposals for single paper presentations that fit themes selected by the Program Chairs, and 3-4 submissions will be selected per theme by the Program Chairs. There will be three themes this year for this format:

  1. Computational and data science approaches in addiction research

  2. Novel and underused data collection approaches and methods in addiction treatment

  3. Utilization of technology (e.g., wearables, app based, treatment devices) in addiction treatment  services

Each presenter will submit a summary/abstract (225 words) for their proposed contribution to the symposium.

Peer Review Process & Evaluation Criteria:

The CPA 2023 Program Committee aims to be as transparent as possible considering the peer review process. Symposia submissions will be reviewed specifically by the two Program Co-Chairs (Drs. Erin Deneke and Jordan Davis). Submissions will be rated according to four review criteria.

1. Overall Quality / Importance

2. Innovation / Originality

3. Approach / Methodology

4. Diversity Considerations

Each criterion is rated on a scale from 1-7, (1 = very good / high priority; 2 = good; 3-5 = average; 6 = poor; 7 = very poor / low priority / no mention of diversity considerations). An average score across the reviewers is generated for each submission. Abstracts with high discrepancy in scores will be reviewed by an additional reviewer.

Lead Presenter
e.g., Assistant Professor, Student
Co-Author/s
Enter name and degree of each co-presenter. Separate multiple co-presenters with a comma, (ex. Joe Smith PhD, Jane Doe MA, Bill Jones BA). Enter "none' if no co-presenters.
Financial Disclosures
About The Session
(100 character maximum, PLEASE USE ALL CAPS)
(225 word maximum)
Registration Waivers and Travel Awards
Your first-authored submission will be considered for one of the registration waivers or travel awards. Only members of APA Division 50 are eligible to receive travel awards (includes Member or Student Affiliate status). Graduate student trainees or postdoctoral fellows who identify as members of an underrepresented minority group and have limited financial resources to attend the conference may be selected for one of the diversity registration waivers or travel awards. You may provide answers for the following, voluntarily, in order to be considered.
(e.g., person of color, member of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning community)
To demonstrate financial need, applicants should describe any financial resources they have to attend CPA, including personal grant funds / scholarships / fellowships, graduate school travel funding, supervisor/advisor funds, etc. (approximately 3-4 sentences)

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