SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT

Call for abstracts

The call for abstracts for FEPSAC 2021 is now open! By clicking on the button, you will be redirected to our submission platform.

Please note: the registration to the submission platform is not a registration to the Conference.

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The submission deadline is on January 15th 2022 (midnight CET).

SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT
After having created your account on the Conftool submission platform you will be able to submit your abstract by clicking on “Your submissions”.

Choose the track in which you want to submit your abstract and fill the form.
Maximum length of the abstract is noted in the description of the chosen track.

Please, note that only the abstracts of registered presenting authors will be inserted in the program. The registration to the Congress is considered completed only upon payment.

Call for abstracts opening: October 31st, 2021

Call for abstracts deadline: January 15th, 2022 (midnight CET)

Acceptance notification: March 1st, 2022

Abstract re-upload*: March 15th, 2022

*for those who have minor or major corrections from the Scientific Committee. Please, note that it is to the authors’ discretion to decide whether they want to present the abstract with or without the suggested corrections by the Scientific Committee.

Topics

Performance:

  • Talent detection and talent development
  • Dual career in top level sport
  • Stress, sleep, recovery, and performance
  • Efficient team action
  • Motor skills learning and acquisition
  • Multisensory representations of motor behaviour
  • Ethical dilemmas in applied sport psychology
  • The dark side of sport: Psychological abuse

Health:

  • Compliance in health sport
  • Physical activity and cognitive functioning
  • Physical activity and mental health
  • Exercise addiction
  • Prevention of sport injuries
  • Physical activity in the life-span
  • Clinical cases in top performance sport

Humanity:

  • Adapted Physical Activity
  • Psychological integration through sport
  • Sport for development: Psychological impact
  • Violence in sport
  • Violent behaviour of sport fans
  • Moral behaviour in sport