The new deadline for submissions is February 2nd.
The deadline for proposal submissions has been extended to February 2, 11:59 PM Pacific Time.
Please make sure that your paper has been prepared in standard PDF format.
To ensure that peer reviewers do not know the author’s identity, please remove any identifying information in your manuscript (including identifying footnotes and acknowledgments).
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In your proposal, please make an attempt to address the points below:
1. Introduction: description of how this work fits into the existing literature and what will be the new addition.
2. Aims and objectives: what are the research questions?
3. Research design and methods that address the research problem, including data analysis and modeling framework.
4. References (preferably in APA style).
And consider the following:
Perspective. What is your theoretical framework? Is it likely to be interesting and relevant to IOMW attendees?
Clarity. Can we figure out what you're talking about?
Support. How strong is the evidence for your claims?
Importance. Are you saying something significant to the theory and practice of measurement?
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