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27th International Congress of Applied Psychology

July 11-16, 2010

The 27th International Congress of Applied Psychology will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia from 11 – 16 July, 2010. The Congress is the premier international forum for applied psychology. A large number of psychologists, research scientists and other healthcare professionals from every continent will be in attendance. The importance of psychological factors and the application of psychological knowledge to individuals, groups, communities, societies and the world community will be highlighted throughout the Congress. We see this as an excellent opportunity to provide an overview of the contribution of specific areas of psychological expertise.

The congress program will feature:

• Pre-Congress workshops
• State-Of-The-Art talks
• Keynote presentations
• Symposia
• Debates
• Electronic and short presentations
• Half day workshops

The Congress will cover a range of themes emphasizing the contribution of Psychology to life and well being. The importance of psychological factors and the application of psychological knowledge are relevant for individuals, groups, communities, societies and the world community.

The Scientific Program Committee now invites submissions for Symposia to be presented at the Congress.

A symposium is designed to be a focused session in which speakers present on a common theme, issue or question. The symposium would usually consist of a chairperson briefly introducing the topic and providing a 'big picture' introduction to the session. This would usually be followed by at least 4 speakers, and ending with concluding remarks by a discussant. There should be opportunity for audience members to ask questions of presenters and for an exchange of views.

Visit Melbourne, one of the world's most liveable cities, with a rich ethnic diversity, the potential to learn more about our indigenous culture, and the chance to discover remarkable wildlife and breathtaking natural beauty – We hope that you can attend. 
Visit the website for further information
www.icap2010.com