Call for Abstracts

The aim of our conference is to provide a pleasant forum for presentation and discussion of the last research and developments in a number of areas of Applied Psychology. We provide you with particular topics to explore various themes (but we accept suggestions to include other streams):

- Emotions and related psychological processes
- Assessment
- Psychotherapy and counselling
- Addictive behaviours
- Eating disorders
- Personality disorders
- Quality of life and mental health
- Communication within relationships
- Services of mental health
- Psychopathology

- Language and cognitive processes
- School environment and childhood disorders
- Parenting and parenting related processes
- Learning and technology
- Psychology in schools
- Intelligence and creativity
- Motivation in classroom
- Perspectives on teaching
- Assessment and evaluation
- Individual differences in learning

- Cross-cultural dimensions of mental disorders
- Employment issues and training
- Organizational psychology
- Psychology in politics and international issues
- Social factors in adolescence and its development
- Social anxiety and self-esteem
- Immigration and social policy
- Self-efficacy and identity development
- Parenting and social support
- Addiction and stigmatization

- Violence and trauma
- Mass-media and aggression
- Intra-familial violence
- Juvenile delinquency
- Aggressive behaviour in childhood
- Internet offending
- Working with crime perpetrators
- Forensic psychology
- Violent risk assessment
- Law enforcement and stress

We encourage submissions of abstracts for the following types of contributions:
- Oral Presentations
- Posters
- Symposium
- Roundtable/Debate
- Workshop
- Virtual Presentations
Abstracts and papers must be written in English.

Its typical composition should be summarily: motivation for the paper, objectives, what was done, how it was done and validated, major results and conclusions. In writing the abstract please be quantitative and write clearly – DO NOT EXCEED the imposed characters length limit by Submission Guidelines because accepted abstracts will be published in the proceedings book of the conference (the written account of what transpired at the meeting), one page per abstract.

An abstract is an extremely important part of the paper because it summarizes the entire paper – it’s the front window to show your work to the public and must allow the reviewers to make an intelligent decision about its acceptance.

The papers must report original, previously unpublished findings in the field. All papers will be reviewed under the direction of the Scientific Committee.

Please download our Submission Guidelines for information on these types of contributions, writing requirements and presentations before downloading the Abstract Template A (for all submissions EXCEPT Symposium) or Abstract Template B (for Symposium ONLY) and sending your abstract.

There will be a special issue of the PsychNology Journal with full papers developed from selected conference abstracts .