A challenge for poster presenters is to summarize their research findings in an extremely succinct way with the main questions and conclusions easily viewed by the persons passing the poster from a distance. The poster should catch the eye, as much as possible speak for itself, and not distract the viewer with too many details.
The following two posters were awarded at the third conference in Hanoi (ex aequo):
- Gomes, C.M.A., Nascimento, E., & Peres, A.J.S.: Investigating causal relations in personality by combining path analysis and search algorithms (pdf, 654 Kb)
- Gaertner, A., Doerfel, D., Diers, K., Witt, S.H., Strobel, A., & Brocke, B.: Impact of FAAH genetic variation on fronto-amygdala function during emotional processing and anxiety (pdf, 8142 Kb)
The following two posters were awarded at the second conference in Buzios (ex aequo):
We awarded the following two posters at the first conference in Stellenbosch, agreeing best with these criteria (ex aequo):
- Fabia Morales-Vives, Urbano Lorenzo-Seva, Mireia Ruiz-Pamies & Andreu Vigil-Colet: How social desirability moderates the sex differences in physical aggression throughout the life span (pdf, 891 Kb)
- Erin E. Buckels & Delroy L. Paulhus: The Joys of Hurting Others: Everyday Sadism and the Dark Tetrad of Personality (pdf, 4384 Kb)