EACLIPT 2022 EACLIPT 2022 Conference Warsaw, Poland, November 11-12, 2022, online / on-site

Early career workshops

Our two-session workshop is addressed to early career researchers (Ph.D., Master's students, and postdocs). During the first workshop, “New technologies in clinical psychology”, participants will present the use of new technologies in their clinical research and practice, whereas the afternoon session, “Projects showcase”, will be focused on presenting participants’ research projects and obtaining feedback. To join the workshop, you need to actively participate in at least one of the sessions.

Morning session “New technologies in clinical psychology”

We invite early career researchers using new technologies (e.g. VR, XR, wearables, eye-tracking) in their research to present the practical aspects of running studies with this kind of methodology/measurements. During 30 minutes you will present and demonstrate practical aspects, advantages, and challenges of using given technology in the field of clinical psychology. The presentation will be followed by a 15 minutes discussion/practical demonstration. You are encouraged to bring the equipment with you (or contact us to check whether we can provide similar equipment on site) and to use your own research as an example on how to use it. In order to participate please submit an abstract (300 words with the title up to 200 characters) briefly explaining what type of technology you would like to present and what is the research context of using this kind of technology in clinical psychology research and/or practice. The suggested structure is: Description of chosen method/new technology, Application in clinical psychology field (research and/or practice), Example of use in own research, Advantages and challenges.

In order to participate in the morning session, please submit your abstract

Afternoon session: “Projects showcase”

The goal of the afternoon session is to present your research and obtain feedback both from your peers and a senior researcher who will facilitate the session. In order to participate please submit an abstract (300 words with the title up to 200 characters) that uses a structured format: Background (including research questions/hypotheses), Methods, Results (if relevant), Conclusions and Expected Feedback (i.e., what kind of feedback you are hoping to receive during the workshop). There will be 10 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for discussion & feedback.

In order to participate in the afternoon session, please submit your abstract