- Arnold Groh’s new textbook on Research Methods in Indigenous Contexts new
- CDEMP Editor-Elect Search new
- Sharing the latest news of the Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies community
The book is titled Honor, Humiliation, and Terror: An Explosive Mix – And How We Can Defuse It with Dignity. It came out in World Dignity University Press, an imprint of Dignity Press (www.dignitypress.org/wdu-press-books/honor-humiliation-terror-dignity). The Foreword was written by Linda Hartling, director of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies. A book flyer, an executive summary of the book, and a full-length review Pdf edition of the book can be downloaded from the HumanDHS website： www.humiliationstudies.org/whoweare/evelin/book/05.php (the printed edition of the book has shorter endnotes).
Full of admiration and gratitude,
- East meets West in physical science, a new article published in a special issue of the journal Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology by Steve Rosen
- Global-MINDS call for applications
- A Tribute to Joseph Trimble
Joseph E. Trimble. PhD
School of Psychology & Neuroscience
University of St. Andrews, Scotland
Distinguished University Professor
Professor of Psychology
Western Washington University
Bellingham, WA USA
- MOR's Article of the Month (December)
- NEW BOOK ANNOUNCEMENT
Katz, Richard, Ph.D. December 2017. Indigenous Healing Psychology--Honoring the Wisdom of the First Peoples. Inner Traditions and Bear Company, ISBN: 9781620552674.
- Ting, Rachel Sing-Kiat and Sundararajan, Louise. Culture, Cognition, and Emotion in China's Religious Ethnic Minorities Voices of Suffering among the Yi. Series: Palgrave Studies in Indigenous Psychology. Palgrave MacMillan. 1st ed. 2018, XXVI, 288 p. 55 illus., 54 illus. in color.
Discount till the end of December, 2017.
- EXPRESSION forthcoming issues
EXPRESSION quarterly e-journal of atelier in cooperation with uispp-cisenp. International scientific commission on
the intellectual and spiritual expressions of non-literate peoples. September 2017, ISSN 2499-1341
- Two new books by Grant Rich:
Internationalizing the Teaching of Psychology. Editors: Grant J. Rich, Consulting Psychologist, Juneau, Alaska, Uwe P. Gielen, St. Francis College and Harold Takooshian, Fordham University. Flyer
- Human Strengths and Resilience: Developmental, Cross-Cultural, and International Perspectives. Edited by Grant J. Rich and Skultip (Jill) Sirikantraporn. Flyer Cover
- The Routledge International Handbookn of Critical Positive Psychology is now available
- A study on ethnic minority groups in China - Culture, Cognition, and Emotion in China's Religious Ethnic Minorities Voices of Suffering among the Yi by R.S.K. Ting & L. Sundararajan
- “The Psychological Power of Language” by Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi, Harvard University, USA
- York's HTC Program now accepting applications
The History & Theory of Psychology graduate program at York University has a new name! It is now the Historical, Theoretical, and Critical Studies of Psychology program. We are accepting grad applications until Dec. 13th and welcome qualified students. Please see attached and circulate widely, especially to promising undergraduates.
- Hi Louise
I attached the book flyer for US based people. The link to the UK Polity is here:
Mental Health in China: Change, Tradition, and Therapeutic Governance, is now available from Polity:
The book was published in UK on Oct. 13 and will be published in the US on Nov. 20, 2017.
Best, and thanks,
Jie Yang, PhD
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby BC V5A 1S6 Canada
- Global Indigenous Suicide Prevention and Mental Health and Well-being Research Symposium, 26-28th February, 2018, Aotearoa/New Zealand new
Tēnā koe Louise，
Attached is the poster and the website link for the upcoming Global Indigenous Suicide Prevention and Mental Health and Well-being Research Symposium, 26-28th February, 2018, Aotearoa/New Zealand.
The draft programme is on this link
I have also attached the updated programme which has to be formatted and then added to the the web link above. For now, it gives an idea of the line up and programme. There are also some workshops running concurrently and focused on the evidence related to risk and protective factors and innovations in suicide prevention and mental health services with indigenous populations.
The 26th & 27th are the symposium dates, the 28th is a meeting of Indigenous researchers and research teams to set an agenda for global suicide prevention and mental health and well-being research.
Ngā mihi nui
Dr Keri Lawson-Te Aho, PhD (Science and Psychology)
- The Fourteenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (QI2018) is taking submissions for panel, paper, and poster presentations. The deadline is 1 December 2017. http://www.icqi.org/home/submission/ new
Registration is at the link: http://icqi.org/registration/
Please visit our FAQ page if you have questions about submitting: http://www.icqiorg/faq/
The open professor position is in critical health psychology, and the job description specifically mentions being able to manage and theorize about ethnocultural diversity and health, specifically in the New Zealand context (e.g., Maori issues and biculturalism) and more broadly in multicultural and global contexts. new
- IP--seeking new PhD student....
Call for Papers, Topical Issue of Open Theology 2019, please forward to your networks new
The Indian Festival of 'Sharad Purnima' and its psycho therapeutic underpinnings
FQS 18(3) is available online:
Current issue: http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/issue/view/59
Besides a collection of single contributions, the issue provides an article belonging to FQS Conferences All in all, 34 authors from 11 countries contributed to FQS 18(3).
A. FQS 18(3)
B. From Former Issues
C. Conferences and Workshops
E. Open Access News
- Call for book proposals: The world's first ever book series on Indigenous Psychology is officially lunched.
The book series flyer
- [FQS] Special Issue
"Research Ethics in Qualitative Research" call for papers
- SOCIETY FOR THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE, Second
Regional Berkeley Meeting, January 26-27, 2018
CALL FOR PAPERS: Phenomenology in Dialogue: Religious Experience
and the Lifeworld
- Dear Colleagues,
You are receiving this message because
you expressed an interest in dialogue with colleagues abroad
regarding teaching or presentation of theoretical and
philosophical psychology in the countries other than the US. You
will be receiving a google group invitation as well, so please
confirm your participation in the Google group (or let me know
if you did not receive it).
A quick update: with Merry Bullock of Div 52 leading, we are in
the final stages of submitting an application for webinar
platform funding for the series of lectures/interviews with
colleagues abroad. We should know the outcomes in December 2017.
Meanwhile, we can discuss whom to invite to give these talks.
Please nominate the speakers or organizations abroad with whom
we should connect.
Wishing you a peaceful Fall 2017
Book launch for Sunil Bhatia's new book
Introduction to Existential Psychotherapy
December 22-24, 2017. GOA, INDIA
Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology Exchange Worldwide
- Must-See new Off-Broadway Play "Temple of the Souls" July 19-23 in NYC
- Indigenous Psychology Special Issue is LIVE! A note from Pat Dudgeon
[AAA-SPA] Submit to a special issue of “Transcultural Psychiatry” on the topic of "Culture-Bound Syndromes, Idioms of Distress, and Cultural Concepts of Distress: New directions for a classic concept in psychological anthropology." PDF
My book on Chinese Emotions is on sale, if you act fast enough.
- Congratulations to the following IP members for receiving the prestigeous awards from Division 24 (Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology), APA:
1. Award for Distinguished Theoretical and Philosophical Contributions to Psychology
2. Sigmund Koch Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology
3. Theodore Sarbin Award
- FQS 18(2) is available online
http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/issue/view/58 for the current issue
http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/issue/archive for former issues
Besides a collection of single contributions, the issue provides articles belonging to FQS Conferences. All in all, 31 authors from 11 countries contributed to FQS 18(2).
Ps: FQS is an open-access journal, so all articles are available free of charge. This newsletter is sent to 19.825 registered readers.
- “Courage, Faith, Meaning, and Mature Happiness in Dangerous Times”, International Network on Personal Meaning, Positive Living Newsletter
- The Program for the Thirteenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (QI2017) is posted at:http://icqi.org/program/
Please send correspondence regarding the program to email@example.com .
We are taking registrations at: http://icqi.org/registration/
Note: Because it's difficult to predict the Trump administration's policies and how they may affect travelers, the Congress will give a full refund of registration fees to any international traveler who is turned away at the border. Those who may feel unsafe traveling to the US, but still wish to present should contact James Salvo at mailto:salvo3000@gmailcom to discuss possible alternative arrangements.
Invitation to event at the United Nations on Artificial Intelligence and Technology Tools, Tuesday， 16 May， 2017.
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR MENTAL HEALTH, WELL-BEING, AND RESILIENCE: Bridging the treatment gap in the cases of Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Hispanic workers in the USA & youth in humanitarian crises
Grounded Theory Issue of Sociological Focus
Would you be so kind as to share this on your list serve? We would very much like contributions. The June 20th deadline is not written in stone. If anyone is interested they can write me informally before submitting formally on line.
Please contact me if interested to attend; Zoom information (and Sam's paper for in-advance reading) will be emailed upon request.
Please recommend your younger colleagues for giving talks in this series - this is an opportunity for them to receive a constructive feedback on their research and to train their presentation skills.
There is still a CPF open on http://sophere.org/publications/ - what is left is only paid Open Access submissions, but there may be authors interested.
With good wishes
Rev. Olga Louchakova-Schwartz M.D., Ph.D.
For publications, see https://ucdavis.academia.edu/OlgaLouchakova
Congratulations to Dr. Jie Yang! She has a new book on the mental health in China, to be out soon. See attached cover.
She is also an award winner:
Her 2015 book on China, Unknotting the Heart, won an American Anthropological association Francis Hsu book Prize:
Call for paper submission on Migration. Requirements in English; Requirements in Spanish.
hi. How are you? My maiden book has been released today, please share it with our group.
Dr Meetu Khosla.
My new article on African psychology has just been published in Theory and Psychology：
I argue that the Africanization of psychology in South Africa requires a replacement of the usual cultural considerations with the question of (structural) violence.
Dr Wahbie Long
Reviews the book, A History of “Relevance” in Psychology by Wahbie Long. Abstract
Becker, Brian W. & Macdonald, Heather (2017) Does psychology “matter”? An analysis of “relevance” in South African psychology. PsycCRITIQUES, Vol 62(6), 2017, No Pagination Specified. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0040725
- Indigenizing the Curriculum
- Society for the Phenomenology of Religious Experience (SOPHERE), webinar Spring 2017 syllabus PDF
Research Participation needed
We are happy to inform that the journal Philosophia (Publisher, Springer; Editor-in-Chief Asa Kasher), will publish twice a year a special issue on topics concerning the Philosophy of Emotion. We invite you to submit your manuscripts for the second special issue. Please submit your manuscript (about 8000 words) via this link:
When submitting, please indicate that your article is meant for the special issue on the Philosophy of Emotion. The submission deadline is 1/3/17; publication date: 2017.
Aaron Ben-Ze’ev, Angelika Krebs, Anthony Hatzimoysis
It is with great regret and sorrow I write to inform you Paul B. Pedersen, and iconic leader in cross-cultural counseling and therapy, passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota, following a long and valiant struggle with Parkinsons'. His family and close friends grieve for him. A later announcement will provide details of memorial services.
In accord with Paul's request, I include a memorial tribute I wrote for Paul. May this tribute console and heal our tragic loss of his life.
New Master's Degree Program in Culturally Adaptive Leadership Relevant to Indigenous Psychology
Jerry Glover and I are involved in developing a new MSc program that might interest some on the Indigenous Psychology listserv. Could you post the below flyer (and include mention that, in contrast to many leadership programs, this one will be very culturally relevant to those with interests in Indigenous Psychology)?
Harris L. Friedman, PhD
- CFP: Journal of Philosophy of Emotion
The Journal of Philosophy of Emotion is interested in publishing papers on the biases, implicit biases, emotions, and society. For details, please see the CFP by following this link:http://shoutout.wix.com/so/1LaBkm0D#/main
- Tenure-track Positions at McGill in Indigenous Psychology
- Workshop on Transforming Humiliation and Violent Conflict
- You are Warmly Invited to the Launch of Evelin Lindner's New Book!
- Dear Colleagues,
Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour has again joined with the Independent Social Research Foundation to award an Essay prize of 7000 CHF (7070 USD). The deadline is 31st March 2017, and more details can be found at:
Please let interested colleagues and students know about this exciting opportunity.
Alex Gillespie and Doug Porpora
Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour
- History of Psychology invites submissions for a special issue on the history of psychology and psychiatry in the global world
- Interdisciplinary postdoctoral position in Society & Neuroscience
- Mapping the Contour of Second Wave Positive Psychology (PP 2.0)
- Series in Indigenous Studies by Canadian Scholars
- U Michigan Psychology Diversity Combined Postdoc/Faculty Position Announcement
- Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Clinical Psychology at College of the Holy Cross, Department of Psychology
- Tenure Track Position in Indigenous Psychology (University of Calgary)
This position is one of several in the Faculty of Arts that are devoted to research and teaching in indigenous studies. We are very pleased to have this opportunity. Below you will find a brief description, but I am also attaching the full ad. We would appreciate your distributing this information to anyone who may be eligible for the position.
The Department of Psychology invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor in the area of Indigenous Psychology. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2017. Specific area of research within the domain of Indigenous Psychology is open, but it is expected that applicants' research and practice will be relevant to Canada's indigenous peoples. The full ad can be accessed through this link: http://bit.ly/2c87KzG .
Questions can be addressed to the Chair of the Indigenous Psychology Search Committee, H. Lorraine Radtke (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org).
H. Lorraine Radtke, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
University of Calgary
- IP--[FQS] Newsletter July 2016
- Book series on IP: Palgrave Studies in Indigenous Psychology
- A video produced by Rabbi Zalman Kastel, Director of Together For Humanity
- Dueck, A., Ansloos, J., Johnson, A., & Fort, C., (2016). Western psychology of religion - Altnernatives to ideology. New York Springer. 10.1007_s11089-016-0731-3
- Dueck, A. & Johnson, A. (2016). Cultural psychology of religion- Spiritual transformation. Pastoral Psychology. 65(3), 299-328. doi-10.1007_s11089-016-0690-8
- New book: Critical mindfulness: Exploring Langerian Models by Fatemi, Sayyed Mohsen
- New edition of "Take a Look" by Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, World Dignity University Initative, Dignity Press, Dialogue Home-PDX, Portland, OR 97035
- New book: The aesthetics of emotion: Up the down staircase of the mind-body by Gerald Cupchik
- New book: A History of 'Relevance' in Psychology written by Dr. Wahbie Long and published by Palgrave Macmillan
- Dear Members of the Task Force,
Attached please find a call for nominations/applications for the Hans-Kilian-Award 2017. I am sure that there are many colleagues among the task force group that would be eligible for the award. You can either nominate someone or you can apply yourself.
The nomination/application form can be downloaded from the following website:
Please note that the deadline for nominations or applications is 30th of June, 2016.
An important science and religion dialogue takes place every year at the IRAS Conference. This year Louise Sundararajan will be one of the Plenary speakers.
Abstracts, Biosketches, Recommended Readings, and Position Papers are available on the IRAS Website www.iras.org, or via the link below. Note that you do need to click on the paper title to get the full position paper.
The presentations will be published in Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science for a special section after this conference.
Call for manuscripts - Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing
I would like to inform you that FQS 17(2) is available online (see http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/issue/view/55 for the current issue and http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/issue/archive for former issues). Besides a collection of single contributions, FQS 17(2) provides contributions to the FQS Debates on "Qualitative Research and Ethics" and "Quality of Qualitative Research," an interview with Howard S. Becker and Reiner Keller, and articles belonging to FQS Conferences and FQS Reviews. All in all, 71 authors from nine countries contributed to FQS 17(2).
A. FQS 17(2)
B. Conferences and Workshops
D. Open Access News
Ps: FQS is an open-access journal, so all articles are available free of charge. This newsletter is sent to 19.088 registered readers; registered readers can comment on each article online.
Michael North and Xiaofang have created a 90 minute film about Zhou Enlai, and it will be in English and in Chinese.
The director, Xiaofang, talks about the program, its purpose and message:
Three short interview excerpts, with leading people in China who have direct connection to Zhou Enlai:
Speakers at the first preview showing event, at Roger’s office at Cades-Schutte a few weeks ago:
Kind regards Michelle
Holistic Conflict Resolution Consultant
Reg. Family Dispute Resolving Practitioner
Phone Sydney Australia (02) 9389 2005
Today I would like to draw your attention to the following news in [FQS] Newsletter March 2016
A. Articles, published in FQS in March 2016
B. Conferences and Workshops
C. Open Access News
[FQS] Newsletter March 2016 is sent to 18.666 registered readers.
It is my pleasure to announce that the first special section (to my knowledge) on the existential-humanistic integration of psychotherapy is now published online (and soon be printed in hardcopy) by the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy (SEPI) Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 26, March 2016. This is a breakthrough issue that contains a rich array of perspectives, within which I was honored to play a part. Below is an abstract of the opening article by the Editors, Golan Shahar and Moran Schiller. This is an "open access" article so should be accessible at the SEPI site. See
PS: The intensity of the tone is worth noting, as many of us in the existential-humanistic field don't often consider ourselves as "having taken over the field of clinical psychology"--far from it. However it is noteworthy that many therapists apparently see it this way, or see this as the trend line at any rate. Abstract
Some of the folks on your list . . . especially those engaged in “child/human development” scholarship . . . may be interested in the lead section of this recent issue of Developments (newsletter of the Society for Research in Child Development).
- Important international leadership opportunity at APA
- A book for the Chinese New Year: “Chinese New Year and psychology” by OUPblog (Oxford University Press's Academic Insights for the Thinking World)
- Pacifica Graduate Institute is holding an anniversary conference entitled Climates of Change and the Therapy of Ideas in late April.
- The Journal of Positive Psychology: Dedicated to furthering research and promoting good practice. Author's notes
- EXISTENTIAL THERAPY, Asian developments
- Philosophy of Emotions (Athens) - new deadline
- Wampis Nation of Peruvian Amazon Declares Creation of First Autonomous Indigenous Government in Peru
- Review of Understanding Emotion in Chinese Culture
- Job Openning: Assistant Professor in Aboriginal Psychology, Department of Psychology
- Online publication of a new perspective on mindfulness
Creativity and Symmetry Restoration: Toward a Cognitive Account of Mindfulness. Sundararajan, Louise; Fatemi, Sayyed Mohsen. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, Oct 26 , 2015, No Pagination Specified. Abstract
- INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF PSYCHOLOGY - ICP2016
Interested in international research collaboration? Attend the International Congress of Psychology, July 2016, in Yokohama Japan (www.icp2016.jp) as part of the APA-USNC/Psychology mentoring program. Funding of up to $2400 is available to U.S. based Early Career and Graduate Student research psychologists who want to collaborate internationally (mentees), and to Mid-career/Senior research psychologists with experience in international collaborations/conferences (mentors). The program is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). Eligible recipients must be engaged in research that falls under the purview of NSF programs including cognitive neuroscience, learning sciences, developmental sciences, perception action and cognition, social psychology, psycholinguistics, and judgment and decision-making. For more information, please visit:http://www.apa.org/about/awards/international-travel-mentoring.aspx. Deadline: December 1, 2015.
Sharon Asonganyi, MPH
Communications and Program Manager
Office of International Affairs
American Psychological Association
750 First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002
Phone: 202-336-6105 | Fax: 202-312-6499
Email: email@example.com | www.apa.org/international
Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, October 2015
Dear Dr. Sundararajan,
My name is Helena Choi Soholm, and I've been a part of the Indigenous Psychology Task Force for several years. I am wondering if you can forward the below message to task force members.
I will be teaching a course called "Counseling Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders" in the Winter 2016 quarter at Antioch University (Seattle Campus). The students are in the master's program in counseling or marriage and family therapy. I would love some suggestions for textbooks or other reading materials for this class. I would also welcome video/film/other non-print material that may be relevant for the course.
Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with suggestions.
Helena Soholm, MA MTS
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
National Certified Counselor
- I would really like to put together a panel/symposium on terrorism and the processes of radicalization and de-radicalization that accompany both identifying with and then (for some) later de-identifying and leaving terrorist organizations. I am not wed to any one particular theme or theory. I would prefer that the participants bring various ideas to these topics and I think it would be wonderful to keep it as global as possible. My particular research focuses on the process of deradicalization among former members of white supremacist organizations.
In any case, I would love to connect with some other researchers along these related ideas even if the ideas seem more ancillary or distantly related.
Amy Fisher Smith, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Psychology
University of Dallas
- CALL FOR INPUT ON THE HUMANISTIC-RELATIONAL
REFORM OF APA APPROVED GRAD TRAINING
- The European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions
invites submissions for two of its activities this year:
Workshop on Emotions and Conflict, to be held at the
University of Pisa, February, 3-5, 2016 (Deadline for
3rd Annual (Conference, to be held at the University of
Athens, June, 13-15, 2016 (Deadline for submission, 1/1/16)
QI2018 Submissions and Registration Now Being Accepted. The Fourteenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (QI2018) is now taking submissions for papers, posters, and panel presentations. The deadline is 1 December 2017.
Psychology and the Other Conference 2017: October 13-15th Join
- Don't Worry, Be Happy--- Cultural, Theoretical and Clinical Critiques of Positive Psychology Movement...
Room 140 A, 1-2:50pm, Convention Center
- Flourish, Flow, and Keep Happy: Perpetuating Oppression through Positive Psychology. Oksana Yakushko, PhD, Chair, Pacifica University; Suzanne R. Kirschner, College of the Holy Cross (Worcester, MA)
- Problems with positivity: Some critiques of positive psychology
- Comprehensive Soldier Fitness: Positive Psychology and Ethical Conundrums. Stephen Soldz, Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis
- The Resurgence of Awe in Psychology: Promise and Perils Kirk Schneider, Saybrook University, Existential-Humanistic Institute. Kirk Schneider, Ph.D., Past President of the Society for Humanistic Psychology of the APA (2015-16); Adjunct Faculty, Saybrook University, Teachers College, Columbia University; President-Elect, the Existential-Humanistic Institute: ehinstitute.org. Website: kirkjschneider.com, Twitter: https://twitter.com/thespiritofawe or https://twitter.com/kschneider56. Author of THE SPIRITUALITY OF AWE: CHALLENGES TO THE ROBOTIC REVOLUTION. http://amzn.to/2plZte2 and THE POLARIZED MIND: Why it's killing us and what we can do about it http://amzn.to/1IZWLvP
- A symposium based on the book “Internationalizing the Teaching of Psychology” (Grant Rich, Uwe Gielen, and Harold Takooshian) The Endorsements
- Dear Colleagues,
I am pleased to announce SOPHERE collaboration with the Open Theology, De Gruyter
Call for papers for the 2018 January conference is below. Please forward to your lists
- 7a CIPC Conferendcia Internacional de Psicologia Comunitaria Chile – 2018 “The Community in Motion: Building Diverse Spaces, Social Cohesion and Change” Santiago de Chile, October, 2018. Organizing Committee 7th International Conference of Community Psychology, Chile 2018
- SOPHERE Conference Phenomenology in Dialogue: Religious Experience and the Lifeworld. Friday, January 26 to Saturday, January 27, 2018
- Division 24 APA Convention Program (Provisional Version)
Washington, DC. August 3 - 6, 2017
- 2017 SQIP Program Preview 4-29-17
- Psychology and the Other Upcoming Events, Early Reg, and Other Information
- May 4, 2017, 9-11 AM PDT, SOPHERE webinar
- Invitation to Mental Health Conference at Columbia April 21. 2017 (Panelists highlights, DR. JUDY KURIANSKY)
- Presentations at APA Annual Convention 2017, WASHINGTON DC
Symposium sponsored by Division 24 (Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology)
Crisis of American psychology in a global village:
Can indigenous psychology help?
Thu 8/3/2017 09:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Convention Center Room 156
2017 APA Convention--Student Travel Award
Opportunity for late poster submissions for APA
Psychology and the Other Conference Call for Proposals-- February 10th deadline
AASP, call for papers
Psychology and the Other Conference 2017: Call for Proposals
The International Society of Research on Emotion (ISRE) call for papers
The Thirteenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry (QI2017) is reopening the deadline for paper, poster, and panel submissions until 15 January 2017. Submissions can be made at the link below: http://icqi.org/home/submission/
Psychology and the Other Conference
October 13-15th, 2017
Submission portal is now open and we welcome your proposal. This year's deadline is February 10th, 2017.
Phenomenology of Religious Experience - First Conference of the Research Circle in Phenomenology of Religious Experience, Nov. 4-5, 2016, Berkeley, Graduate Theological Union
Sponsoring Institution: Patriarch Athenagoras Orthodox Institute Program, Abstract
- Psychology and the Other Conference 2017: Save the Date and Call for Proposals
- Mental Health and Wellbeing at the Heart of the SDGs: Concrete Means of Implementation
Date: Wednesday 7 September 2016
Time: 3:00 - 6:00 P.M.
Venue: Conference Room 2, United Nations Headquarters NYC
- Call for Abstracts:
“Philosophical Perspectives on Critical Psychiatry: Challenges and Opportunities”
29th ANNUAL MEETING, May 20-21, 2017, San Diego, California
By Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry
Conference co-chairs: Christian Perring, Douglas Porter, and G. Scott Waterman
- ISTP 2017 The Ethos of Theorizing
17th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology
21st - 25th August 2017
- Division 48
Session Type: Symposium
Session Title: Terrorism From the Inside Out---Exploring the Structures, Scope, and Impact of Modern Terrorism
Your Role: Participant/1stAuthor (Priscilla Dass-Brailsford)
Presentation Title: The Psychological Effects of Terrorism: Identifying Individual and Community Coping Strategies
Date & Time: Fri 8/5/2016 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
- Division 1, General Psychology: Suite Program
Hyatt Hotel (specific room number TBA)
Questions? Email Division 1 ECP Representative Emily Dow: email@example.com
Saturday, August 6
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Toward a Universal Psychology?: Global Perspectives
Grant J. Rich, Consulting Psychologist
- Symposium (A): Consciousness and Awe---Alternative Cultural Paradigms in Research and Practice
Date & Time: 8/4 Thu 12:00 PM - 1:50 PM
Location: Convention Center Rooms 108 and 110
Co-Listing Divisions: 1, 24, 26, 39
APA replication symposium
Date & Time: Thu 8/4/2016 2:00 pm - 3:50 pm
Location: Convention Center Room 203
Additional resources (if interested):
Cody Christopherson (member of the Open Science Collaborative, and part of our symposium) was kind enough to send a number of articles and resources about the replication "crisis," including very recent dialogues and developments.
The original Open Science Collaboration (OSC) article from Science, published in August last year
A response from Daniel Gilbert et al. that has received a lot of attention
OSC's rejoinder to Gilbert et al
Additional commentary by Brian Nosak (head of OSC)
Why Most Published Research Findings Are False (an earlier article by Ionnidis in 2005 on scientific research generally--a precursor to the OSC)
b. Summaries in the popular press
Failure is moving science forward (fivethirtyeight.com)
Psychology is in crisis over whether or not it's in crisis (wired.com)
Everything is crumbling (slate.com): This article incorporates a recent failure to replicate Baumeister's ego-depletion concept (based on a massive collaboration)
Symposium, Sponsored by Division 32 (Humanistic Psychology):
Indigenous Psychology--- New Developments in Theory and Research
Date & Time: Sun 8/7/2016 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Convention Center Room 605
The same panel will also present at the Division 24 (Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology) Hospitality Suite Program:
Date & Time: Sat 8/6, 12:00 - 12:50 p.m.
Conversation Hour: What’s new in Indigenous Psychology?
Jahoda (2016) proclaimed that indigenous psychology is dead. Maybe he failed to recognize the new developments in this world wide intellectual movement?
HOW WE LIVE – Philosophy and Psychotherapy Conference
9 July 2016 8.30am –17.30pm
British Library Conference Centre
96 Euston Rd, London NW1 2DB
Join us to mark the 20th anniversary of the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling
Keynote speakers: Julian Baggini Emmy van Deurzen Digby Tantam
- Chinese Psychology of Religion in an age of Perplexity - 10th Annual Cultural Psychology of Religion Conference, Qufu, Shandong, China, May 29-30, 2016.
- APA presentation on Psychology in the Caribbean
- Meaning Conference Announcement
- Conference Invitation:
The 9th International Congress for Psychotherapy / Asian Chapter
Time: 18 to 20th of May 2016
Place: Tehran, Iran
- The 4th Biennial APA Division 45 Research Conference
Society for the Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race Research
July 7-9, 2016 at Stanford University
Co-hosted by Stanford University and Palo Alto University
- SQIP 2016 Conference: Call for Proposals