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Source: Jason M. Paroff, JD, Digital & Multimedia Sciences Chair
The Digital & Multimedia Sciences Section and the Psychiatry & Behavioral Science Section are planning a joint interdisciplinary session for the upcoming 2022 AAFS conference. Some ideas discussed include presenting case studies involving digital evidence as well as related information/research from a behavioral science perspective.
There is also a new Abstract Online Submission System. Please take the time to review the guidelines before you begin your submission. Workshops require additional information, so it is important that you have all documents completed if you would like to conduct a Workshop. Here is a link to those documents: Workshop Proposal Packet.
The deadline for all submissions was extended to September 1, 2021.
If you would like to present content in this joint session that you think fits well with the intended content, please contact us and we’ll connect you with individuals from the appropriate sections to make sure there are connected Psych and DMS presentations.
We look forward to seeing everyone in Seattle—and please get those submissions in on time!