Submit Your Poster By August 1 For The 2013 NCRG Conference Poster Session

2012 NCRG Outstanding Poster Award Winner Dr. Gerhard Meyer

The deadline to submit a poster for this year’sNCRG Conference on Gambling and Addictionis fast approaching, and submissions have begun arriving from around the world! There are only 30 days left before the August 1 deadline. In addition to the outstanding poster award, we also will recognize high quality posters with honorable mention awards as directed by the scientists on the poster review committee.

If you have new empirical research on gambling disorders that you want to share with colleagues we encourage you to submit a poster abstract for the session on Sept. 22, 2013.

Subject Matter

Posters can focus on any aspect of gambling disorders and must report on empirical research. Abstracts will be reviewed for scientific merit. An award for the outstanding poster and honorable mentions will be presented at the conference.

Submission Guidelines

Abstracts are limited to 500 words and should be submitted electronically in Microsoft Word or other word processing software using a font size no smaller than 12 pt. font. Please include the following information:

  1. Title of presentation
  2. Name(s) and affiliation(s) of the author(s)
  3. Mailing address, telephone and email address of the first author
  4. Poster abstract (no more than 500 words). Please follow APA format for text and references. The abstract should address sample and methods, preliminary findings and implications for the field.
  5. By submitting a poster, at least one author must agree to attend the conference and to participate as the poster presenter. No individual can be first author on more than one abstract.

Abstracts will be accepted on a rolling basis until August 1, 2013. Send abstracts via email to Nathan Smith, program officer at the

Questions? Email Nathan Smith or call 978-338-6610.

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