ICPS 2019 Program

 

ICPS 2019 Keynote Speakers

 

Arrested Development or Adaptive? The Adolescent and Self Control

BJ Casey

Department of Psychology
Yale University, USA

Evolution of Emotions
and Empathy in
Primates

Frans B.M. de Waal

Department of Psychology
Emory University, USA and Utrecht University, The Netherlands

The Brain in the Ecosystem: Cognition, Culture, and
the Environment

Atsushi Iriki

Laboratory for Symbolic Cognitive Development
RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan

The Third Biennial International Convention of Psychological Science

The 2019 International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) will take place in Paris, France 7 – 9 March 2019. The program features Keynote Addresses by BJ Casey, Atsushi Iriki, and Frans B.M. de Waal, as well as 8 plenary-like Integrative Science Symposia with world-renowned scientists presenting cutting-edge research that combines multiple disciplinary perspectives and innovative methods. The program also includes workshops on cutting-edge methodologies, a pre-conference Teaching Institute with talks from leading experts in the research and application of empirical approaches to teaching psychological science, and other special events.

The Call for Submissions for ICPS 2019 will open Spring 2018.

Don’t be fooled by “predatory conferences”

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The International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) is organized by the Association for Psychological Science (APS). Please note the official ICPS website: www.ICPS2019.org (also https://www.psychologicalscience.org/conventions/icps2019). Make sure that you only enter your ICPS submission and/or registration information on this website.

If you are contacted by someone representing a predatory conference, please contact APS at icps@psychologicalscience.org and include any relevant information that you have, such as company name or contact information.