Culture & Psychology (C&P) School
The Culture & Psychology (C&P) School is sponsored by the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP) and held annually before the IACCP conferences. It is designed as an educational forum for doctoral and master's level students and early scholars, providing them with research-intensive and interactive learning experiences. Students have the opportunity to receive specialised training from renowned experts who integrate cultural aspects into fields of psychology.
The C&P School promotes the development of comprehensive research skills, fostering international collaborations, honing effective grant-writing skills, and mastering the intricacies of scientific manuscript analysis and preparation. The primary goal is to create a safe and productive environment that encourages networking and interaction among peers and faculty.
In addition, the C&P School strongly emphasises the practical application of research findings and emphasises the critical need for interdisciplinary collaboration. This academic endeavour serves as a critical precursor to the IACCP conferences and contributes significantly to advancing knowledge in cross-cultural psychology.
Names of committee members: Alex English (Chair), Natasza Kosakowska-Berezecka, Saba Safdar, Ariane Virgona and Marie Kollek, Student representatives.