Proposal submission: Process
This year’s conference emphasises the theme: 'Advances and Challenges in Personality and Individual Differences – Theories and Applications'. The main objective of the conference is to share the advances and challenges you have seen (or hope to see), in theory and application in our growing knowledge of what is involved in ‘personality and individual differences’ - with attention to ongoing research.
The conference convenors invite papers, topics for panels, interactive workshops, posters and exhibits that explore what is currently of interest to you in your research, practice, or thinking on personality issues in theory and practice.
Abstracts (max: 200 words, submission deadline 30 October) are invited for peer review and judgment on their suitability for conference presentation and inclusion in the ACPID 2018 Program and Book of Abstracts (to be issued at the Conference). In addition, presenters may indicate in their abstract submission whether they are interested in having a full paper considered for publication in a subsequent book on the best-written papers of the conference (request Full paper submission guide).
Double-blind peer review processing will occur with early feedback and conference feedback enabling opportunity to be included in the book of the best papers (aimed for publication in 2019).
Postgraduate student submissions, and submissions from international academics and practitioners, are strongly encouraged.