Session: Rising Researchers
Call for Papers
A World Psychedelic Forum will be held in Basel, March 21-23, 2008.
It is anticipated that this will be the first of a series of yearly
This is a call for papers ONLY for the session, “Rising Researchers”
not for the WPF 2008 in general. Time limit per paper: 12 minutes.
LANGUAGE: This session will be in English. To submit a proposal in
German or Swiss, please contact Dr. Torsten Passie: email@example.com
ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible to submit a proposal, researchers should not yet be well established in psychedelic research but intend to contribute to the field, perhaps organizing their careers toward future psychedelic research. Typically, papers might be based on dissertations or theses, elaboration of already published papers,
papers under submission, or preliminary reports of work in-progress.
Descriptions of psychedelic courses or shorter instructional units within other courses and their syllabuses are also welcome.
METHODS: Papers should have scientific, scholarly, artistic, or practical merit. Methods might include experimental, surveys,comparative, anthropological, archeological, clinical, philosophical,historical, etc.
DEADLINE: Proposals should include the following and be emailed to
firstname.lastname@example.org by August 1st. The sooner the better.
Address of proposer, both email and postal. Organizational affiliation if any.
Do you plan to use PowerPoint slides or other visuals?
Source of proposal, e.g., dissertation, unpublished research,syllabus, etc. See Eligibility above. If this is a dissertation,thesis, or derived from a published paper, please include its bibliographic information.
Title of proposed paper
Abstract: limited to 200 words. When possible, use non-technical
language. Do not include graphics.