Symposia

Symposia Proposals

A symposium is a focused session in which individual speakers present their research on a common issue. Symposia should have the dual goals of providing diversity of perspective and integrating those perspectives into a meaningful whole.

A symposium includes a chair, up to four presenters, and a discussant (optional). Symposia are scheduled in 80-minute time slots and should allow for discussion among presenters and the audience.

We encourage participants to prepare and propose symposia in their field of expertise:

 

To Submit a Symposium — Enter the following information:

  • Symposium Title
  • Submitter Email
  • Abstract describing the symposium (50 word maximum) according to the abstract guidelines and the chairperson as the presenter and corresponding addresses
  • Supporting summary (500 word maximum, plain-text format)
  • Presenter Information:
  • Chair: name, affiliation, e-mail address & presentation title(required) for the first abstract as per the guidelines
  • Presenter 1 underlined: name, affiliation, e-mail address & presentation title (required) for second abstract
  • Presenter 2: name, affiliation, e-mail address & presentation title (required) for third abstract
  • Presenter 3: name, affiliation, e-mail address & presentation title (required) for fourth abstract
  • Presenter 4: name, affiliation, e-mail address & presentation title (required) for fifth abstract
  • Co-authors who are not speaking at the convention can be added to each abstract, but are listed in the program (up to 4)
  • Discussant: name and affiliation can be added to the first abstract

+ Abstract of each individual’s presentation.

 

 Potential List of Symposia Topics

  •      Human Factors In Movement and Cognition
  •      Science of Feldenkrais
  •      Brain, Movement and Cognition in the Classroom Motor Synergies in Cognition
  •      Movement and Empathy
  •      Science of Dance
  •      Fetal Movement and Cognition
  •      Movement and Cognition in the Management of Neurodegenerative Diseases
  •      Neuromodulation
  •      Movement and Aging
  •      Primitive Reflexes in Child Development
  •      Motor-learning post-stroke
  •      Ergonomics of Cognitive-Motor interaction
  •      Science of Yoga
  •      The Science of Osteopathic  Medicine

 

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