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International Council of Psychologists

64th Annual Convention

July 9-13, 2006, Kos, Greece

The ICP convention will provide an opportunity to share personal and professional perspectives, expand horizons, and further international communication.

The deadline for submission of convention proposals and abstracts is March 15, 2006.

Convention Highlights: Keynote Speaker, Invited Addresses, Continuing Education Workshops, Other Special Sessions, Exhibits (professional and cultural), Opening Reception and Banquet.

 

Kos, cultural centre of science and civilisation

Kos is the island of Hippocrates (father of medicine), the third largest in the Dodecanese after Rhodes and Karpathos, lying close to the Asia Minor coast, between Nisyros and Kalymnos island. In 460 BC Hippocrates was born in Kos. After his death the people of Kos built the famous Asklepeion, in honour of the god Asclepios, which operated as a hospital applying the methods of therapy taught by Hippocrates. Hippocrates has for centuries been acknowledged as a world figure, who with his pioneering ideas, continues to inspire humanity. He is not only the founder of medical science but also a profound philosopher, a true humanist and an excellent psychologist.

Kos offers a healthy mild climate most of the year. Along with the Greek sunshine and the marvellous beaches made Kos an international tourist center and one of the most attractive and beautiful of the Greek Islands. Kos is connected direct by air from many of the capitals of Europe, as well as from Athens and Rhodes. There are ferries to Kos from most Greek islands, the rest of Dodecanese, Piraeus, the Cyclades, Crete, the Greek islands of the northern and eastern Aegean and Kavala. Large enough to be explored, Kos promises you unforgettable 64th ICP Convention!

 

 

 

 


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International Council of Psychologists

Theme: International Psychology for the Future

64th Annual Convention, Kos Greece, July, 9-13, 2006

 

ABSTRACT:

Submit your abstract both in electronic format (via e-mail) and in hard copy.
When preparing it, please follow these guidelines:
Everything must be typed inside the box, and the font should be dark enough to be easily photocopied.

·         First, type the title of the paper in capital letters.
Skip a line and type your name, institution, city and country.

·         Skip a line and type your abstract, single spaced (up to 250 words). Indent 3 spaces for paragraphs.

·         The abstract should be as informative as possible (eg: problem, method, results, discussion where relevant). Maximum time allocated for each session is 90 minutes. Individual papers are allotted 15 minutes.

·         All the information in this form should be either printed or typed.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Submission type (please check one)
Paper (15 min)
Symposium Workshop (90 min)
Conversation Hour
Continuing Education
Workshop (4 hours)
Other ( ___________________________)

Audio-visual equipment needed:
None
Slide Projector
Overhead Projector
Other ( ___________________________)

STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT:
Scholarly and scientific work is not complete until it is shared with the scholarly-scientific community.
MY SIGNATURE BELOW IS MY STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT TO ADVANCE REGISTER FOR AND PRESENT WORK AT THE 64th ANNUAL ICP CONVENTION.
If multiple presenters are included in this Abstract, I enclose a separate signed abstract form for each of them.

Signature _________________________________
Name (Print) ______________________________
Address _________________________________                                                                                                                                                          
_________________________________

 

DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS: March 15, 2006

Submit the electronic form, this original form, and additional Statements of Commitment (in the case of co-presenters) to:Prof. Anna Laura Comunian Universitą degli Studi di Padova, Department of General Psychology  Via Venezia 8, 35134 Padova Italy:

e-mail<annalaura.comunian@unipd.it>

Conference proceeding will be published

 

 

The International Council of Psychologists (ICP) is one of the older international psychological associations with worldwide representation, whose members, officers and/or delegates are all, with very few exceptions, psychologists. Many of these are highly respected academicians, researchers, and/or practitioners in psychology in their respective countries. Most are members of national psychological societies in their own countries as well. Among these three international associations, ICP is the one that has held the most conventions during its existence dating back to 1942. ICP has witnessed considerable growth in international and cross-cultural psychology, both on the theoretical and empirical levels. The growth has encompassed not only research in the field of psychology but interdisciplinary work as well. The contribution of the Kos Conference is to present a sampling of new interdisciplinary research, focusing on conceptual and empirical findings.

ICP is accredited with the United Nations as a non-governmental organization (NGO).

 

 

 

We invite you to attend the International Council of Psychologists
64th Annual Convention
July 9-13, 2006, Kos, Greece.

 

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