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Program, Abstract & Session Recording Archives
Use the links below to access past IMFAR program, abstract and session recording archives. The program book and abstract book are both available in PDF format and an online searchable database. Use the online searchable database to access the archived session recordings (beginning with IMFAR 2010). Keynote session recordings are posted with open access to all visitors.
Also beginning with IMFAR 2010, select educational and scientific panel sessions were recorded. Access to those session recordings are a benefit of INSAR membership. Current members access links to panel recordings by logging in to myINSAR and visiting the Members Only page. Learn more about joining INSAR.
Sample citation: Authors, Abstract Title, Final Paper Number xxx.xxx, Year, International Society for Autism Research Annual Meeting (INSAR), www.autism-insar.org.
NOTE: Data presented at the INSAR Annual Meeting (formerly IMFAR) is the sole responsibility of the authors. The sponsor of the Annual Meeting, the International Society for Autism Research (INSAR), takes no responsibility for its accuracy. Submitted abstracts are reviewed only to ensure that the authors will be presenting empirical data and that aims and conduct of the study, as far as can be ascertained, are consistent with international ethical guidelines for scientific research (Declaration of Helsinki). Acceptance of an abstract for presentation at the INSAR Annual Meeting does not represent an endorsement by the Society of the quality or accuracy of the data and their interpretation, which judgment must await publication in a peer reviewed journal. Consumers should recognize that study data presented at meetings is often preliminary and in some cases speculative, and that findings and conclusions have not undergone the rigors of a true peer review process.
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