Special Issue "XVI European Congress of Psychology"
A special issue of Behavioral Sciences (ISSN 2076-328X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2019) | Viewed by 255988
Interests: psychology: creating the future together; psychology and science; psychology and society; psychology and education; psychology and health; psychology and digital future; psychology and security
Interests: resilience; youth development; health promotion in youth, and counseling; mindfulness and peer support in youth; health promotion in youth, and team development
The European Congress of Psychology is a bi-annual event established by the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations (EFPA), which unites more than 350,000 psychologists from Europe. Each time, the event is hosted in a big European city. This year, for the first time in ECP’s history, it will be held in Russia.
Since the first congress in Amsterdam in 1989, the ECP has grown in magnitude and reputation. By now, it is known all over the world as the place where European psychology is presented and where psychologists from Europe and from other continents can meet and share knowledge. Comprehending all areas of psychology and covering the whole of Europe, the ECP provides the participants—whether psychologists, students, educators, policy-makers, or others with an interest in psychology—with a unique opportunity to learn about the state of the art in psychology as a science and a profession. The ECP is not restricted to Europe, neither in scope nor in participation. In line with EFPA’s view of psychology as a global science and profession and with its aim to promote international knowledge sharing and collaboration, it explicitly welcomes participants from other parts of the world.
A national member association of EFPA, the Russian Psychological Society, under the auspices and in collaboration with EFPA, will organize the ECP2019.
Prof. Dr. Yury Zinchenko
Prof. Dr. Christoph Steinebach
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- European Congress of Psychology 2019
- European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations
- Russian Psychological Society