The International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) is the culmination of efforts by the Association for Psychological Science (APS) and an international network of organizations and individual scientists to stimulate scientific advances that are integrative; that is, in which investigators attack scientific problems by drawing broadly on research conducted at multiple levels of analysis and in multiple branches of psychological science, the cognitive sciences, the neurosciences, and other related disciplines. The initiative has been designed, in essence, to surmount artificial disciplinary boundaries that can impede scientific progress and to highlight areas of investigation in which those boundaries have already been overcome.
Connect with more than 2,000 of your colleagues and future collaborators from psychological science, neuroscience, genetics, sociology, economics, anthropology, linguistics, and related fields at ICPS 2019 in Paris 7–9 March, 2019. Receive insights from hundreds of world-renowned scientists, including featured speakers BJ Casey, Atsushi Iriki, and Frans B.M. de Waal, all in one place. Gain a global scientific perspective that spans academic disciplines and geographic borders, while learningnew skills and broadening your scientific horizons. More…
ICPS is part of a larger initiative on integrative science overseen by the Steering Committee for the Integrative Science Initiative. [More]
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