News from our 15th European Congress of Psychology in Amsterdam, July 11-14, 2017
Psychology addressing Society’s greatest Challenges: Call for abstracts
Upon request by many of our international colleagues we have extended the Abstract Submission deadline towards 28 January 2017 and our Early bird registration deadline to 10 May 2017.
We trust this will provide our delegates with time to submit abstracts for Proposed Symposia, Oral and Poster presentations. We welcome contributions from any field of psychology. The thematic tracks on the website serve as inspiration but any submission outside these tracks will receive full consideration.
We have published the Abstract Submission Guidelines and made available several templates on our website for Oral Presentations and Poster Presentations. Don't forget to register
Prof. Dr. John P.A. Ioannidis. Chair in Disease Prevention at Stanford University, Director of the PhD program in Epidemiology and Clinical Research.
Is there a Reproducibility Crisis and should something be done about it?
Prof. Dr. Lydia Krabbendam
Professor of Educational Neuropsychology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Educational Neuroscience: Principles, Promises and Pitfalls
Prof. Dr. Jari Hakanen
Research Professor at the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health.
Bored, Burned out or Engaged? The Job Demands-Resources Model and Employee Well-being
View all Confirmed Keynotes on our website
Amsterdam Summer 2017
As the ECP 2017 is held in the middle of summer, we have made Housing Arrangements to guarantee availability of accommodation for our delegates. You can book your accommodation along with your Registration.
Early registration open until May 10, 2017
Special fees apply until May 10, 2017
We are currently working on special packages for:
Delegates who would like to bring their partner along;
Special Student packages inclusive of Discount Cards and special Housing rates;
Low Income Countries with reduced fees for Registration and Housing Please refer to our Registration page to view our arrangements and criteria that apply.
We are currently working on the Cultural Program following the Opening Ceremony on July 11. You can follow us on Facebook to receive the latest updates on both the Scientific Program and the Cultural Program. We are looking forward to meeting you in Amsterdam, 11-14 July 2017 at our 15th European Congress of Psychology 2017.
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16th European Congress of Psychology will be in Moscow, Russia in July 2019
The Presidents’ council of EFPA at its meeting of May 27, 2016 in Istanbul, being mandated by the General Assembly of July 12, 2015 in Milan, has accepted the bid of the Russian Society of Psychology to organise the16th European Congress of Psychology in July 2019 in Moscow.
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EFPA Statement – International Human Rights Day – December 10
EFPA urges all psychologists and their associations, to join the United Nations and to stand up for Human Rights!
Psychologists can be the mediators between human rights, persons and policy makers in order for people to be able to enjoy their fundamental rights. The central theme of the 2016 International Human Right Day calls for people to 'Stand Up for Someone’s Rights Today', a reminder of the human rights’ violations that are happening right now over the globe.
Read the full statement here
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