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PU Applied Psychology Conference (ICAP-2019) begins from Wednesday

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Speakers from USA, UK, Spain, Greece, Ireland, Netherlands, and Malaysia will participate

Over 125 papers will be presented; Conference will include 5 symposia, 15 scientific sessions, 8 keynote addresses

By Bilal Naveed

LAHORE:(February 4,2019): International Conference of Applied Psychology: Practices and Interventions (ICAP-2019) being organized by Institute of Applied Psychology (IAP) will held during February 6-8, 2019 at IAP, University of the Punjab, Quaid-e-Azam Campus and Pearl Continental Hotel Lahore. The Higher Education Commission (HEC), Punjab HEC & Pakistan Psychological Association (PPA) are collaborating with IAP for this event.

ICAP-2019 attracts academics, researchers & practitioners around the globe to share joint knowledge of practices & interventions parallel to conference theme includes; Interpersonal Acceptance & Rejection, Forensic Psychology, Social Psychology, Political Psychology, Positive Psychology & Health Psychology.

Conference will include 5 symposia, 15 scientific sessions, 8 keynote addresses by International speakers who will come from USA, UK, Spain, Greece, Ireland, Netherlands, and Malaysia. Nine Pre-& two Post conference workshops will also be conducted by National and International Resource persons. Series of Oral/E-poster presentations, symposia and keynote addresses will be presented to maintain stronger links with the themes.

These academic activities will enhance the horizons of postgraduate, MPhil, and PhD students, and other participants including academicians, lecturers, and early career scholars. For further information, please visit website at www.pu.edu.pk/icap2019 and email at icap2019@pu.edu.pk or icap2019registration@pu.edu.pk

Dr. Farah Malik

Chief Organizer/ Director Prof. Dr. Farah Malik emphasized that ICAP-2019 will enable a better understanding of how psychologists can contribute to generating change in contemporary practices and interventions in the field of Psychology. It is a need of time to improve the common man’s life in Pakistan by understanding their psychological needs through scientific research findings; which ultimately helps policy makers to bring better policies for the welfare of the society.

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