IAFOR Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences Conferences

Posted: December 24, 2015
Category: Specialist Area: Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences

 

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IAFOR’s psychology conferences are among its best attended; held across three continents, delegates from many different national, cultural and linguistic backgrounds come together to exchange ideas.

This exceptional platform welcomes speakers and delegates working in any area of psychology, from academics and clinical psychologists to psychiatrists and therapists, in both the private and public sector, for challenging debate and stimulating discussions around the latest ideas, and the newest approaches.

Our conferences are encouraging and nurturing environments where ideas can be shared and tested, where research synergies and collaborations can be formed, and where some of the biggest names in the field come and interact with up-and-coming young faculty.

Organised in partnership with some of the world’s most reputable institutions, including Birkbeck, University of London, Waseda University, Moscow State University, University of Barcelona and Virginia Tech, IAFOR’s conferences are developed by leading academics to ensure programmes that are both timely and academically rigorous.

We look forward to your active participation.

 

Upcoming Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Conferences

 

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IAFOR Research and Publications Associated with Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences

Journals

The following internationally peer-reviewed open-access journals are published by IAFOR:

Conference Proceedings

IAFOR Conference Proceedings are open access research repositories which include the final papers of research presented at our conferences (submitted before the final paper deadline).

THINK

THINK, The Academic Platform, is IAFOR’s online magazine, publishing the latest in interdisciplinary research and ideas from some of the world’s foremost academics, many of whom have presented at IAFOR conferences.

 


 

Previous Speakers at IAFOR Psychology & Behavioral Sciences Conferences

 

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[Left to right] Geoff Beattie, communication and behavior expert, academic, broadcaster, and original UK “Big Brother” resident Channel 4 psychologist; Minoru Karasawa, Nagoya University professor and leading social psychologist; Joe Elliott, controversial educational psychologist and Durham University professor; Jiro Takai of Nagoya University, Secretary General of the Asian Association for Social Psychology: Akane Zusho, educational and cultural psychologist of Fordham University.

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[Left to right] Professor Satoru Nishizawa, clinical psychologist and Chief Editor of the Japanese Journal of Child and Neglect, and Professional Advisor for the Department of Family and Child Services, Tokyo Prefectural Government; Dexter Da Silva, educational psychologist and IAFOR Director of Programme in Psychology; Monty Satiadarma, eminent Indonesian clinical psychologist and former rector of Tarumanagara University; Mimi Bong, Professor and Associate Director of the Brain and Motivation Research Institute at Korea University; Dennis McInerney, renowned psychologist and Chair Professor of educational psychology at the Hong Kong Institute of Education.

 


 

Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences Video Highlights

 

 

IAFOR is committed to disseminating as much as possible of its presentations, interviews and original output, produced by and for the organisation, online, and available for all for free.

 


 

Events Associated with Psychology & the Behavioral Sciences

 

As part of IAFOR’s educational mission we are prioritising documentary photography and filmmaking as uniquely powerful mediums to help inform and educate in ways that are very different and yet complementary to academic studies as forms of advocacy and activism.

The organisation runs both a documentary photography and a documentary film award, as well as an associated film festival in partnership with the Medill School of Journalism and the University of the Arts London.

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