International Congress of Psychology 2012

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Publish Date:
20 Nov, 2012

Story:

ICP 2012 was a great success, thanks to all who participated. 
Please note that the deadline for submission of papers for the proceedings has passed. Please do not submit any further papers.

Click here for the IUPsyS end of year message from Dr Cooper, or click here for the video 

Dr Saths Cooper, president of ICP 2012, has been appointed IUPsyS President!

Congratulations also to Dr Ann Watts for being appointed IUPsyS Secretary-General

Please direct all queries to info@icp2012.com

Photo Gallery from the Congress

Press Release: IUPSyS Awards at ICP 2012 

Click here for the IJP/Abstracts errata. If your correction is not admitted in the errata, please email info@icp2012.com as soon as possible with the subject "IJP supplement errata". These errata are updated regularly. Please note that if you have a problem with SSCI, you have to raise it directly with SSCI. You can use these PDFs here as proof of any corrections that need to be made to SSCI. Please note however that this website will not be online indefinitely so you need to raise these issues as soon as possible to have the issues amended.

Click here for the IJP/Abstracts - complete file.

 
Click here for the programme (without errata, errata are above) 

Videos from the Congress

Deadline Extended to 20 October 2014

The overall aim is to use existing IUPsyS experience and its access to international scientific and APPLIED expertise on resilience in the face of stressful and traumatic events to help researchers, educators and practitioners in the Asia-Pacific region to increase their understanding of and ability to respond to the mental health consequences of disasters so prevalent in the region. A renowned international faculty of scientists will work with participants on most recent scientific and applied scientific evidence and knowledge, and show the constraints and opportunities of dealing with particular target groups such as children and adolescents. The workshop program will further address knowledge provision, education and training in academic programs of psychology, and help develop a regional network to support continuance in scientific research and training in mental health support following disaster. Click here for the full Announcement and Call for Application.