- Authors, whose abstracts have been accepted as “Oral presentation”, will be able to submit their contributions in an extensive format, between 4000 and 5000 words, for its publication in an ISBN coded e-book
- All contributions sent to CIMA 2015 should correspond to scientific or professional unpublished works.
- Extensive format texts (Papers) can be submitted either in Spanish or in English, however, it is encouraged to present them in both official languages, Spanish and English. In any case, it must be included a summary (abstract) in Spanish and English.
- Extensive format texts (Papers) can be submitted via the online Submission Portal ONLY, using this template: EXTENSIVE FORMAT TEMPLATE
- In the event that you do not have the access data to send your contribution, you can contact the Scientific Secretariat: email@example.com
EXTENSIVE TEXT (PAPERS) FORMAT
- Papers should contain between 4000 and 5000 words (strict maximum). It is possible to include pictures, graphs and tables. Texts in extensive format must include an abstract in both languages (English and Spanish). Abstracts should contain between 300 and 500 words at most.
- Key words: give between three and five keywords. In Spanish and English.
- It is suggested that the text follows this structure: introduction, objectives, method, results, conclusion and references. The methodology applied along the study should be explained if the contribution is not a research work.
- Deadline for Submission of Abstracts: Friday, March 20th, 2015 at 23:59 (Spanish local time).
- An email message will be sent to the Submitter by April 27th, 2015, with a report on the status of the papert (accepted or declined). All papers will be reviewed by at least two members of the Scientific Committee, who will not have access to information about the authors. It is suggested not to include in the text any information or reference that could identify the authors.
- If the text has quotes/references, they must be included in the following ways:
- Quote included in the text:
…“He aquí la paradoja humana respecto a la altitud: que exalta la mente individual y, al mismo tiempo, la anula.” (Macfarlane, 2005, p. 186).
- Book reference:
Macfarlane, R. (2005). Las montañas de la mente. Historia de una fascinación. Barcelona: Alba Editorial.
- Journal article reference quoted in the text:
Hornbein, T. (1992). Long term effects of high altitude on brain function. En J Sports Med, 13, 43-45.