Call for Abstracts
Announcement (10th Nov, 2023)
The abstracts selected for BBC, 2023 have been notified by email.
You are invited to submit an abstract for a paper session or poster session for the Brain & Behaviour Conference 2023. The guidelines for submission are given below, To only attend the conference (without submitting abstract), you can directly register at the Registration Page
Understanding Cognition: Perception, Attention, Memory, Language, Reasoning, Problem-solving, and Decision-making
Understanding Cognition and Brain function in animal models
Neural and Cognitive mechanisms in psychiatric and neurological conditions
Electrophysiological, structural and functional imaging studies of the brain
Assessment and Rehabilitation of Brain-based Disorders
Theoretical approaches to human cognition, AI and cognition
Descriptions of Presentations
Paper Session – a brief paper presentation followed by a facilitated conversation among the presenters and the audience.
Poster Session – a poster display with the opportunity for informal discussions among presenters and participants.
Please submit abstracts with your name, affiliation, email address, and abstract (250 - 300 words). The abstract can have multiple authors, but may have only one presenter who attends the conference. You can submit your abstracts using the submit button below.
Last Date for Submission of Abstracts
5th November, 2023 (SUBMISSION CLOSED)
Instructions for writing Abstracts
We suggest that conference abstracts be structured according to these points. It should be about 250-300 words, and include no figures, tables, or references. Abbreviations should be kept to a minimum and defined at first use.
The title of the abstract should be descriptive and include the type of study, eg. experimental, quasi-experimental, case-study etc.
Abstract body must include a brief background that describes the context and why the study was done. State the aims and objectives of the study. Next, describe briefly the methods; study design, participants, assessments/interventions and analysis done. Then state the results and conclude with general interpretation of the results and their significance. Additionally, the abstract may also include limitations and strengths of the study.