Joint Meeting Poster Session submission

The ASCI is pleased to host abstract submission for the 2020 AAP/ASCI/APSA Joint Meeting, April 3-5, at the Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park.
This activity is closed as of November 22, 2019, at 11:59 PM EST.

Before submitting an abstract, refer to the following:

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General policies

  • A presenter is allowed to submit only one abstract for consideration.
  • Presenters may edit or withdraw submitted abstracts up to the submission deadline.
  • Cancellations for poster presentations received by the Joint Meeting 6 weeks in advance of the meeting date will be removed from presentation; within 6 weeks, the abstract title and presenter name will be displayed and marked as “Canceled.”
  • No-shows: Presenters who provide no advance notice of cancellation and who do not place posters at their designated locations at the meeting will lose their presentation privileges for the subsequent year.

Abstract-specific policies

  • The abstract under consideration may represent work previously published.
  • Potential conflicts of interest in connection with the abstract are disclosed.
  • If the abstract is accepted, the presenter agrees to be available to present it.
  • Any animal studies conform with the Guiding Principles in the Care and Use of Animals of the American Physiological Society.
  • Any human experimentation was conducted according to a protocol approved by an Institutional Review Board on ethics of human investigation.

Style and formatting guidance

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An abstract must consist of the following, each in its own paragraph:

  • Title, in sentence case.
  • Authors, with full names and without degrees, keyed to affiliations by superscript numbers, and with the presenting author italicized.
  • Affiliations, enumerated for each author, and including city, state, and country abbreviation.
  • Abstract body.


Towards a single-neuronal basis of social reciprocity within the macaque anterior cingulate cortex

Amy J. Wang1, Raymundo Báez-Mendoza1, ...

1Department of Neurosurgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, ...

Social dysfunction is a core component of many psychiatric disorders, but its single-neuronal and causal underpinnings remain largely unknown. Reciprocity, a central feature of social interaction, allows ...

Of note:

  • Do not bold any text.
  • Do not include charts, diagrams, figures, references, or tables.
  • The abstract body must be 450 or fewer words.
  • If you copy and paste your abstract from a separate document (Word etc.), please ensure that it is saved correctly before submitting. In some cases, paragraphs may be truncated because of how symbols are interpreted.
Note: Abstracts that do not conform to this presentation will be returned to submitters for revision.