The abstract should be in the range from 150 to 300 words. The abstract should be a single paragraph, double-spaced.  Keep in mind that a good abstract is accurate, nonevaluative, concise, coherent and readable.

An abstract of a report of an empirical study should describe: the problem under investigation, the participants, the essential features of study method, the basic findings, the conclusions and the implications or applications.

An abstract for a theory-oriented paper should describe how the theory or model works and/or the principles on which it is based and what phenomena the theory or model accounts for and linkages to empirical results.

At the end of the abstract 4-6 keywords ought to be added.

***Students may submit the maximum of two abstracts as authors or co-authors. The fee for the second presentation will be reduced.

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