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cyneuron

cyneuron
10+ Year Member
Apr 30, 2008
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Hi,

So I need to list my Research Poster, which was both, presented at reputed Society's International Congress and then published in Society's Official Journal Supplement volume (which has all posters published in it) and has all the details available (Issue, Volume, Page Number).

So under which tab should I list it -

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles/Abstracts

or

Poster Presentations.

Any help appreciated.
 
Dec 19, 2009
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It's a poster. All the posters getting published is basically the same thing.
Not every poster that is presented is published in the "Abstracts" supplement, only a few chosen ones do, at least in the conferences I attend. Then doesn't it make sense to list them as separate entities?
 
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