ISNR 21st Annual Conference

Call for Participation

International Society for Neurofeedback and Research
21st Annual Conference

September 18-22, 2013
Intercontinental Hotel Dallas

You are cordially invited to participate in the 21st ISNR Annual Conference, September 18-22, 2013 in Addison (13 miles from downtown Dallas), TX, USA.  The ISNR Annual Conference is the premier conference in applied neurosciences beyond the named focus of neurofeedback.
We are actively soliciting for presentations that focus on but not limited to:
  • adjunctive modalities of intervention (e.g. biofeedback, etc) in combination with Neurofeedback
  • quantitative electroencephalography analysis as well as other neuroimaging techniques
  • neuromodulation assessment and intervention techniques
  • therapeutic applications
  • clinical reports and data indicating the efficacy and efficiency of using Neurofeedback in the treatment of a wide range of cognitive disorders and conditions.
The conference will again feature the high quality invited and keynote speakers remarking on the latest developments from around our field. The ISNR encourages contributions from all of the neurosciences, including basic and clinical specialties, technical advances, and professional interests. 

Why You Should Present Participate
  1. Contribute to and learn about the most recent advances in YOUR profession
  2. Advocate for your field
  3. Share Your Knowledge
  4. Network with others in your profession
  5. Collaboration and data sharing provides solutions that serve the profession
A workshop associated with ISNR can be either a full day or half, pre-conference or main conference days.   Standing presentations can be 30 or 60 minutes.  Audio recordings of some (to be determined after abstracts are accepted) workshops and presentations will be available (on a CD) for sale following the conference.  By submitting an abstract you are hereby agreeing to the following:
  1. ISNR audio records the top three (daily) attended workshops only.  If your workshop is within the top three (daily) attended and you don’t grant permission, the next highest attended will be audio recorded.  The sale of the presentations are the property of ISNR.
  2. If your paper is accepted, you will provide a long abstract for publication in the book of proceedings available to all attendees and to others for sale following the conference.
  3. A maximum of 2 abstracts per presenting author may be submitted in each category (preconference workshops, workshops, standing presentations).
  4. Submissions of workshop proposals must be submitted online by May 24.
  5. If you are accepted and you cancel your presentation you will not be permitted to submit for the following year.
Proposal Evaluation Criteria
  • The abstract is within the scope of neurofeedback and neurotherapy and important topics of high interest in the profession.
  • The abstract offers new directions in research, explores emerging technologies and/or innovative applications.
  • The abstract demonstrates the potential for initiating follow-up actions.
  • Its likely impact on the profession, including likely high participation.
  • One of the best ways to show likely interest is to have a strong set of co-presenters who have agreed to serve.
Organizing Committee

Conference Co-Chairs
Leslie Sherlin, PhD
Dan Williams, PT
Audio/Visual Coordinator
Noland White, PhD
Workshop Coordinator
Henry Weeks, PhD
Volunteer Coordinator
Henry Weeks, PhD
Small Group Discussion Coordinator
Steve Rondeau, ND
Product Sales Coordinator
Peder Fagerholm, PhD
ISNR Executive Director
Cindy Yablonski, MBA
[email protected]
(703) 848-1994
Conference Director
Annette M. Suriani, CMP
[email protected]

Important Dates
Deadline for all submissions and proposals: May 24, 2013
Notification of Acceptance/Rejection: June 21, 2013

Schedule published: July 8, 2013 
Click here to begin your submission.  

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