The Deadline to Submit Abstracts is February 15, 2022

Use the link below to submit your abstract:

2022 Abstract Submission

 


Keys to successful abstract submission

  • The deadline to submit abstracts to the 32nd Annual Meeting is February 15, 2022 at 11:59pm Eastern Standard TimeAbstracts submitted after this time will not be considered for presentation or for publication in The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences.  
  • NOTE POLICY CHANGE!  The Program Committee of the American Neuropsychiatric Association (ANPA) will accept submission of abstracts of previously presented and published works, including previously published abstracts. All abstracts accepted for presentation at the ANPA meeting will be featured in a subsequent issue of ANPA’s official journal, the Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences. Thus, in addition to submitting abstracts that adhere to formatting specifications and a 250-word limit, authors electing to submit previously published abstracts are responsible for ensuring that submission to ANPA adheres to the copyright policy and use provisions of the prior publisher.
  • PLEASE REVIEW FORMATTING GUIDELINES CAREFULLY! Abstract submissions not adhering to the guidelines provided in the General Format Guidelines and following the structure relevant to the type of abstract submitted (i.e., Research Report or Clinical Case Report) will be returned unreviewed to the corresponding author for correction and resubmission.

Format for research reports

Background: A succinct summary of the literature or theoretical rationale underlying the abstract. 

Example:   HIV-Associated Dementia (or AIDS Dementia Complex) is thought to represent a subcortical dementia...

Objective: This section should provide the basic rationale for the research and the hypothesis tested.

Example: Subjects included 20 HlV-seropositive male outpatients who met criteria for HIV-associated Dementia.  All subjects received...

Methods: This section must include the number of subjects and information about the experimental design.

Example:  Subjects included 20 HlV-seropositive male outpatients who met criteria for HIV-associated Dementia.  All subjects received...

Results: This section should include the statistical approach and details of the analysis that support the conclusions. Statements such as “results will be discussed” or “data will be presented” are not acceptable.

Example:  Apathy measures were significantly correlated with basal ganglia hypoperfusion.  This is in contrast to...

Conclusion: This section should summarize the essential findings and their implications

Example:  Apathy, but not syndromal depression, is associated with subcortical impairments in...


Format for clinical case reports

Background: Describe theoretical rationale underlying the abstract and how the case(s) is (are) novel.

Case History: Should include a succinct summary of the literature as well as a history of the case(s).  Outline any supportive neurodiagnostic data (video sample, imaging, test data, etc) that will be included.

Conclusion: This section should summarize the essential findings or unresolved clinical problems or unexpected outcomes or potential dilemmas and their implications when managing Neuropsychiatric disorders.

Example abstracts

Before submitting, please review the following examples of properly formatted abstracts. 








General abstract formatting guidelines


  • The body of the abstract is limited to 250 words (i.e., not including title and authors).
  • Scientific words can be entered in mixed case (e.g., fMRI).
  • Do not include references in the abstract (i.e., do not include in-text citations or a bibliography/reference list). 
  • Do not include tables, figures, and videos in the abstract or with the abstract submission.
  • Abstract submissions not adhering to the guidelines provided above and following the structure relevant to the type of abstract submitted (i.e., Research Report or Clinical Case Report) will be returned unreviewed to the corresponding author for correction prior to peer review.

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