ASfAR 2014: Abstract submission guidelines

The second ASfAR Conference will be held at La Trobe University, Melbourne on 4th – 5th December 2014.

Researchers are invited to email their abstracts to otarc@latrobe.edu.au with ASfAR 2014 in the Subject Line.

All submissions are due by 5.00 pm August 31st 2014.

The following requirements are necessary:

· Title of presentation:
· Presenting author (1st name, 2nd name):
· Affiliation:
· Email:
· ASfAR membership (of presenting author): Full, student, etc
· Co-authors (Full names, separated by commas):
· Abstract (250 words max):
· Preferred presentation type: oral/poster

The outcome of all submissions will be advised on October 1, 2014.

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Hello. My name's Jon Brock. I'm a Research Fellow and Senior Lecturer at the ARC Centre for Cognition and its Disorders and the Departments of Cognitive Science and Psychology at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia. My research focuses on cognitive and neural mechanisms involved in developmental disorders including autism, Williams syndrome, and Down syndrome. Publications can be downloaded here. My CV (pdf) can be downloaded here. As well as this blog, I've also written for the Simons Foundation Autism Research Initiative, the Thinking Person's Guide to Autism, and The Conversation. Translations of some of my posts can be found on the Spanish-language website Autismo Diario. This blog is for interest only and should not be seen as a substitute for professional advice. Opinions expressed are my own (at the time of writing).

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