This conference aims to bring together the academics, psychologists, guidance personnel, counsellors, teachers, graduate and undergraduate students together with government and non-government organizations to share and discuss both theoretical and practical knowledge about psychology in the scientific environment.
The scope of the conference includes, but is not limited to; the following major topics as they relate to the psychology.
Psychology, Applied covers resources on organizational psychology, including selection, training, performance, and evaluation; organizational behavior; counseling and development; as well as aviation psychology and sports psychology.
Psychology, Biological includes resources concerned with the biological basis of psychological states and processes. Biopsychology, psychophysiology, psychopharmacology, and comparative psychology resources are covered in this category.
Psychology, Clinical covers resources concerned with the combination of psychological therapy and clinical treatment such as behavior research and therapy, cognitive therapy, family therapy, marital and sexual therapy, psychotherapy, and rehabilitation psychology.
Psychology, Developmental covers resources concerned with the study of developmental changes in social and cognitive abilities. Key areas include adult development and aging, child and adolescent psychology, cognitive, perceptual, motor and language development as well as psychosocial and personality development.
Psychology, Educational includes resources on educational psychology, educational measurement, creative behavior, instructional science, reading research, and school psychology.
Psychology, Experimental covers resources concerned with consciousness; cognition and memory; visual, auditory, and speech perception; and ecological psychology.
Psychology, Mathematical covers resources concerned with experimental methodology and instrumentation, multivariate methods, statistical manipulation, and research strategy.
Psychology, Multidisciplinary covers resources with a general or interdisciplinary approach to the field. Resources on philosophical psychology, psychobiology, and the history of psychology are included in this category.
Psychology, Psychoanalysis includes resources concerned with psychoanalysis as a form of diagnosis and treatment that emphasizes the gradual integration of repressed memories into the total structure of the personality.
Psychology, Social covers resources on the behavior of the individual in a social context. Areas included are group processes, interpersonal processes, intercultural relations, personality, social roles, persuasion, compliance, conformity, sex roles, and sexual orientation.