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Announcing the III Biennial Conference on Cognitive and Clinical Neuropsychology (III BCCCN 2024) at SRMIST

Excited to announce that the Department of Clinical Psychology, SRM Medical College Hospital and Research Centre is organizing the III Biennial Conference on Cognitive and Clinical Neuropsychology, themed “Cross-Cultural Issues in Neuropsychology.”

This prestigious international event will be held at the Dr. TP Ganesan Auditorium, SRMIST, over three days from October 17th to 19th, 2024.

Take a look into the sequence of events and details of the III Biennial Conference

Pre-Conference Workshop:
➔ Guidelines for Neuropsychological Test Adaptation

Conference Sessions:
➔ Cross-Cultural Challenges in Neuropsychological Assessments
➔ Cross-Cultural Issues in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
➔ Leveraging Technology to Address Cross-Cultural Concerns

To register for the event, explore the available categories:

Students (INR)
➔ Early Bird (Till 30th June 2024) – 3000
➔ Regular (1st July – 30th September 2024) – 4000
➔ Spot Registration (1st October onwards) – 5000
➔ Single Day (No Kit) – 2000
Professionals (INR)
➔ Early Bird: 4500
➔ Regular: 5500
➔ Spot Registration:6500
➔ Single Day (No Kit): 2500
International Participants (USD)
➔ Early Bird:100
➔ Regular: 150
➔ Spot Registration: 200
➔ Single Day (No Kit): 60

Make your registration here, https://forms.gle/vEbX8ediMYoeULQn6

Call for Papers:

Researchers are encouraged to submit their abstracts by 31st July 2024. Selected authors will be notified within three weeks, and full papers are to be submitted by 31st August 2024.

Submission Guidelines:
Abstracts: A single paragraph summarizing key points, not exceeding 300 words.
Full Papers: Address research questions, methodology, and findings in no more than 3000 words, following APA format for bibliography.

Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with leading experts and delve into critical cross-cultural issues in neuropsychology. We look forward to your participation!

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