Opening Cultural Program, IACCP Warsaw Conference

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Christian Welzel keynote address

The theory of emancipation: A psychological explanation of societal progress

Peter Smith keynote address

What does it mean to be a European? The challenge of diversity

2018 Congress of IACCP set for Guelph, Canada

IACCP Congress GuelphThe Congress website is active and open for submissions:

Association Transitions to New IT System and Website

The EC voted in Nagoya (2016) to fully professionalize its IT functions, turning development and maintenance of its website and membership systems over to a private company.

Association Drafts Code of Conduct for Conferences and Events

The Executive Committee recently approved a code of conduct and set of procedures involving its conferences.

Çiğdem Kağıtçıbaşı Passes Away

We are deeply saddened by the loss of Prof.

Paul Pedersen Passes at 80

Paul PedersenPaul Pedersen died in Minneapolis, Minn

Reims Congress eBook Published Online

The Reims eBook, a peer-reviewed volume based on presentations at the Reims 2014 Congress, is now online at http://www.iaccp.org/ebooks.

Nagoya Japan Congress Photos and Video

The Nagoya Congress was a great success!

1000 Delegates Converge on Nagoya Congress

The largest conference in IACCP history begins on July 30 as about 1000 people open its 23rd Congress in Nagoya, Japan.

Culture & Psychology School Convenes in Japanese Alps

The 2016 IACCP Culture & Psychology School convened in


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