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Poster sessions in classes and at conferences are a way to visually convey research. This guide offers the basics in design, content, and printing resources.
Adams-Labonte, S. K. (2012, August). Daytime impairment due to college students' technology use during sleep: Similarities to sleep apnea. Poster session presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL.
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To disambiguate yourself from other researchers and get full credit for your work, we recommend signing up for an ORCID ID. Remember to include your ORCID ID on a poster and add poster information to your ORCID profile.
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