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March 4 update: Abstract submission for IPSA 2024 Glasgow has now closed. Thank you to everyone who submitted! Please contact with any questions. 

See all abstracts scheduled for presentations at IPSA 2024 Glasgow. The abstract book includes the schedule assignment and complete content for each poster abstract in the program. 

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Abstract presentation formats
Abstract presentations are split into two formats: oral abstracts and poster abstracts.

There are six oral abstract sessions, each organized by topic area. Presenters have 13 minutes each to present their results and address brief questions. 

Poster abstracts are organized into two one-hour sessions during which the presenter must be present with their poster to discuss the work with attendees. Posters can be presented at almost any stage of research and provide an excellent opportunity for authors to discuss their methods and findings with other professionals.

Guidelines for Poster Presentation at IPSA 2024 Glasgow

Saturday Poster setup can begin at 10am. The Saturday poster session is from 4:45pm to 4:45pm. Presenters should take their posters down right afterwards. 

Sunday Poster Setup can begin at 7:30am. The Sunday poster session is from 2:45pm to 3:45pm. Presenters should take their posters down right afterwards.

  1. The poster board surface area is 3 feet wide by 7 feet tall. The actual poster size can be determined by each author. Please be sure to use portrait orientation (vertical).
  2. Each poster must have a top label indicating the title of the paper, the names of the authors and their affiliations.
  3. The size of the font characters for the title should be large enough to be viewed at a distance of 2 meters (6 feet).
  4. Velcro will be provided for you to affix posters to the display boards. Other adhesive methods are not allowed.
  5. Authors may hand out information sheets to those viewing the poster.
  6. Charts, drawings, and illustrations may be used within the poster.
  7. Posters should be printed on paper or laminated paper. Do not use heavy cardboard or other heavy materials for mounting.
  8. “Introduction” and “Conclusion” sections are preferred. When feasible, use graphs for demonstrating qualitative relationships, tables of precise numerical values. Photographs should be printed on non-glossy matte finish paper.
  9. Do not mail poster presentations to the convention center.
  10. Do not fold posters. Instead, transport the poster in an appropriate container.
  11. IPSA staff and/or volunteers will be present to assist with locating poster boards and mounting.

Additional Abstract Details

  • The cost of printing the poster is the responsibility of the author(s).
  • Hanging materials will be provided.
  • Oral abstract presentations may not be repeated with a poster presentation.
  • Questions can be sent to

Presenters should have received their day and board assignments by email already. These details will also be available in the final program. 

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