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Professional Conduct Policy for APA Meetings
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All authors of refereed papers must present their papers as they were refereed, without substantial revisions. Speakers, commentators, and critics in all sessions should ensure that their presentations are sent to other session participants well in advance of the meeting and are not changed substantially thereafter. Such practices as withholding prepared texts and changing papers to undermine commentators' objections are egregious breaches of norms of professional conduct.

All program participants are also required to abide by the APA's Statement on Nondiscrimination and by the norms of academic conduct.

Complaints concerning professional conduct may be brought to the attention of the secretary‚Äźtreasurer of the division hosting the meeting. Formal complaints will be investigated and may result in sanctions.

Secretary-Treasurer Contact Information:

Additional information about and policies related to APA meetings can be found in the Guide for APA Meeting Participants.

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