DEADLINE: Friday, August 14, 2020
The SIG Expo Poster Session and Cocktail Party allows all SIGs to display their research throughout this great networking opportunity. Each SIG is allowed up to 12 posters. Along with the SIG Expo Poster Session, we also offer an opportunity for students to present their poster during the Addictive Behaviors SIG Meeting. This is the perfect opportunity for students to present their work in an informal, supportive setting. These presentations will use the style of a 3-minute thesis. See here for resources on preparing this type of presentation.
Important Conditions related to SIG Posters/Presentations:
To present a poster at the Expo as part of the Addictive Behaviors SIG, the first author must be an Addictive Behaviors SIG member (dues paid in full).*
The first author must also be an ABCT member.*
If the first author is a student, their advisor/mentor must also be an Addictive Behaviors SIG and ABCT member.
*NOTE: Students/post-baccalaureates who are not yet members of ABCT (or the SIG) may apply for ABCT and SIG membership after being notified of their abstract’s acceptance. Documentation of ABCT membership must be provided to the SIG leader as soon as possible following acceptance.
If you are not sure if your dues are current or need to renew your Addictive Behavior SIG membership, please contact our SIG leader, Dr. Jessica Cronce, at email@example.com. Membership dues for the Addictive Behaviors SIG are:
$0 (free) for student members
$10 for postdoctoral fellow members
$20 for full members
To pay your dues simply make out a check to “ABCT SIG-AB” and send it to our treasurer, Dr. Bruce Liese at:
Bruce S. Liese, PhD, ABPP
Department of Family Medicine – Mailstop 4010
University of Kansas Medical Center
Kansas City, KS 66160
All SIG members must also be member of ABCT. If you need to pay your ABCT dues, please do so. Information on ABCT memberships can be found here.
SIG Expo Abstract Formatting and Submission Instructions:
Times New Roman, 12pt font, 1” margins all sides, APA-style in-text citations (no need to provide a reference page)
Title (in upper- and lower-case letters)
Author(s) in their proper order, followed by their institutional affiliation (do not list departments or centers or other secondary affiliations); Authors from the same institution may be grouped together.
Abstract (250 words maximum, not including title, authors/affiliations)
To have your poster considered for the Expo, please submit your abstract here.
Details about poster size and format will be available on the ABCT website closer to the date of the convention, but have historically been 18″ wide x 19″ tall.
Development of a Stepped-Care Cognitive-Behavioral Motivational Model for College Students with Alcohol Problems
Horacio Quiroga Anaya and Juan José Sánchez-Sosa, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Elena Medina-Mora, National Institute of Psychiatry, and Carlos F. Aparicio Naranjo, University of Guadalajara
No more than 250 words here.
Perceptions of Driving After Use of Alcohol and Marijuana in College Students
Sarah L. Pedersen, Andrea M. Lynch, and Denis M. McCarthy, University of Missouri-Columbia
No more than 250 words here.