The 2012 International Congress of Psychology is held every four years under the auspices of the International Union of Psychological Science and this year will be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) from the 22 – 27 July 2012.
The International Union of Psychological Science is the flagship event in international psychology. Held for the first time in Africa, the 30th International Congress of Psychology will be organized by the National Research Foundation of South Africa and the Psychological Society of South Africa, in partnership with key South African universities and the various psychological associations of neighbouring countries.
The conference has been organized around the theme Psychology Serving Humanity in which the congress will highlight how psychology translates its science and practice into skills, tools and knowledge that are able to underpin the human condition. Besides talks by invited speakers and symposia by global leaders in their respective fields, there will be interesting State of the Science Lectures and Controversial Debates on topics of current interest, and exhibitions by leading publishing houses, technological innovators and international psychology organizations. There will be a range of special activities which include a Translational Policy Research Lecture Series, an exciting Emerging Psychologists’ Programme, Advanced Research Training Seminars for psychologists from the developing world, various cutting-edge workshops and a variety of tours to World Heritage sites like Robben Island and Table Mountain as well as breathtaking safaris for delegates and accompanying persons.
Those encouraged to attend are teachers and students of psychology, psychologists in practice, other health practitioners including psychiatry, nursing, occupational therapy, social workers, educators, human resource practitioners, marketers of products geared at the wide range of psychologists and anyone keen on a better understanding of the human condition.
For further information please visit www.icp2012.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.