XVI European Congress of Psychology
2nd until 5th of July, 2019 – Moscow, Russia
About European Congress of Psychology (ECP)
The Congress is a bi-annual event held under auspices of European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations (EFPA). ECP is intended to promote the development of psychology as a science and practice, stimulate communication and contact between researchers in all areas of psychology from Europe and across the World, encourage networking and collaborative research, enable young scientists and students to meet and exchange ideas with experts and senior researchers, strengthen bonds between scientists, practitioners and educators, provide an accessible window on recent developments in psychology to journalists and policy makers.
About ECP 2019
The Congress will take place in Moscow, Russia for the first time in ECP’s history and is organized by the Russian Psychological Society. The main theme of the congress is “Psychology: creating the future together” which is specified in the following areas: psychology + science; psychology + education; psychology + society; psychology + digital future; psychology + health; psychology + security. More than 20 Keynote speakers from various countries have already confirmed their attendance. Extended abstracts will be published in Behavioral Sciences (indexed in WoS).
The Russian Psychological Society prepared a special discount for all psychology students that are part of EFPSA Member Organisations. For more information about the discount ask your Member Representative (a list of all Member Organisations and their respective Member Representatives can be found here).
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Key dates and fees
Abstract submission deadline is – 15th of December 2018
Notification of acceptance will be sent not later than 4th of February 2019
EFPSA members are granted with a special discounted price – 170 EUR and should be paid before 1st of April 2019
More information about the fees, deadlines and the European Congress of Psychology 2019 can be found on their website.