Call for abstracts

Note: the 2022 Congress is no longer accepting abstract submissions.

 

The 2022 IAEA Congress invites researchers, scholars and artists from different domains and countries to present and share empirical research on aesthetics, creativity, and the psychology and neurobiology of the art and aesthetics. Submissions may address questions concerning: aesthetic perception, aesthetic appreciation, aesthetic emotion, aesthetic experience, and aesthetic judgment; the creative process in various media and domains; cultural studies; musicology; art historical perspectives on aesthetics and creativity; architectural and design studies; museology; psychology and neurobiology of art; philosophical, theoretical, and methodological issues in aesthetics research; and others.

Abstract submissions will be used to decide acceptances, as well as to determine their format (Spoken Presentation or Poster-Presentation, for Research Presentations). You may also separately submit Symposium proposals. If not selected, all abstracts of a symposium proposal will automatically be considered for Talk or Poster presentations.

These decisions will be made by the Program Committee based on the number of submissions, availability of venue slots and their quality and appropriateness. We will try to honor, where possible, the preferred format of presentation.

Submissions will close on May 20 (new extended deadline). Decisions will be sent by email on June 10, 2022.

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Talk/Poster Guidelines

For presentations, each abstract must include: 

  1.  Preferred type of presentation (talk or poster)

  2.  Title

  3.  Author(s)

  4.  Affiliation(s)

  5.  E-mail address(es)

  6.  Abstract (not to exceed 300 words)

 

Note: An individual may submit more than one abstract to the Congress. Each submission will be considered separately.

Symposium Guidelines

Symposium Proposals must include:

  1. Symposium Title

  2. Abstract describing the symposium topic and its importance (not to exceed 300 words)

  3. Moderator and their qualifications (not to exceed 150 words)

  4. 3-5 Abstracts (not to exceed 300 words) and associated speaker information for each

If not selected, all abstracts of a symposium proposal will automatically be considered for Talk or Poster presentations.