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Permanent Post in Positive Psychology/Well-Being available at Queen Mary University of London

Queen Mary University is one of the UK's leading research-intensive institutions. The Department of Biological and Experimental Psychology was founded in 2008 and emphasises a modern interdisciplinary approach, at the interface between behavioural (perception, cognition, communication and social life) and biological aspects of psychology (genomics, neuroscience, ethology and evolution) with an emerging focus on biological and psychological roots of resilience and well-being. To complement our staff, we are now seeking to appoint an ambitious research-driven psychologist (at the Lecturer level) with a strong track record of research outputs and potential for funding in the area of Well-Being and/or Positive Psychology.

 

For more information see here

Newsletter

The current newsletter of our association is availbale. It informs about our association and the current version entails a letter from the EADP President, Information on the New Membership Management system of the EADP, as well as reports and news about the ECDP 2017 Conference in Utrecht, the Website, and the European Journal of Developmental Psychology. In addition, the Early Researcher's Union (ERU) reports about their activities.

The newsletter can be found here

Job Advertisement

The University of Potsdam, College of Human Sciences, Inclusive Education Group, is inviting applications to fill the following position: Researcher (Pre-Doc; 50%, TVL 13). The international team focuses on issues of culture and migration for youth development and education. The successful candidate will be expected to work on a DFG-funded longitudinal research project entitled “Short-term and long-term effects of a culture-specific self-affirmation intervention to promote school adjustment of adolescents of migrant and refugee backgrounds” More information can be found here.

Deadline for submissions to the 18th European Conference on Developmental Psychology was extended

The deadline for abstract submissions to the 18th European Conference on Developmental Psychology, held in Utrecht, the Netherlands, is

extended until February 27.

 

For more information, visit the conference website.

SSEA2017: The eighth conference on emerging adulthood

The Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood (SSEA) invites proposal submissions for the 8th Biennial Conference (November 2-4, 2017 Washington DC, USA). The goal of the conference is to bring together a multidisciplinary and internationally diverse network of scholars to advance the study of emerging adulthood (age range 18-29). All conference sessions will be held at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill, Washington DC.

More information can be found here.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS:  ISSBD-Workshop on Positive Youth Development in Times of Social Change, 2nd to 6th of July, Syros, Greece

The International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development (ISSBD) in collaboration with the European Association of Developmental Psychology (EADP) invite applications from young scholars to participate in the 2017 ISSBD workshop on Positive Youth Development in Times of Social Change. The event will take place between the 2nd and the 6th of July on the island of Syros in Greece.

 

More information can be found here

Constructing AcTive CitizensHip with European Youth: Policies, Practices, Challenges and Solutions (CATCH-EyoU)

Catch-EyoU has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement (G.A NO 649538). We are glad to announce the first CATCH-EyoU Conference. If you want to engage in a lively debate on the role of young people in a renewed project of Europe, the next CATCH-EyoU Conference is the right place to be. Take the opportunity to meet the Consortium, to share research results and ideas on youth, active citizenship and Europe. Join us in Athens, 2- 4 March 2017.

More information can be found here.

 

EADP-WORKSHOP: Advanced statistical methods in psychology

The Early Research Union of the European Association for Developmental Psychology (EADP), Humboldt University, and Tilburg University are inviting young scholars for a workshop on some of the most exciting novel data-analytical techniques, such as continuous time modelling, random intercept cross-lagged panel models, and multilevel structural equation modeling. The teachers will be Daniel Oberski, Manuel Voelkle and team, and Loes Keijsers. It will be hosted in the beautiful city of Berlin from Oct, 10 to Oct, 14, 2016.

More information can be found here.

Second International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS)

Second International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) is held 23-25 March 2017 in Vienna, Austria. ICPS is designed to stimulate integrative scientific advances in psychological science and related disciplines. Increasingly, challenges in psychological science can be met only by boundary-spanning investigations that utilize diverse methods and multiple levels of analysis. Submissions will open in June.

ECDP2017: PLease join us in Utrecht!

The ECDP2017 website is now online. We would be more than glad to welcome you in Utrecht next year:

 

http://www.ecdp2017.nl/

20th IAAH Congress “SOCIAL MEDIA AND ADOLESCENTS’ HEALTH”

Aiming to attract an international audience of adolescence health experts, the 20th European Congress of IAAH will be held in the newest country in Europe - Republic of Kosovo. We invite all health professionals, researchers, professors and devoted students to submit their abstracts for the 20th IAAH Congress.

 

More information can be found here.

Call for Papers: 50th Anniversary Congress of the German Psychological Society - LeiPSYCH

In 2016 the German Psychological Society (DGPs) is celebrating its 50th Anniversary Congress. We expect 2,200 paper submission from all areas of psychological science. For the first time, the flagship congress of psychology in the German‐speaking countries will have both German and English as congress languages.

 

For submissions and further information,

visit the conference website or

download the full call for submissions

 

EFPA Press release on Universal Children’s Day

On this day, November 20, the Universal Children´s Day, EFPA (European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations) urges all psychologists to pay due attention to the psychological and human rights issues that arise from the situation of unaccompanied refugee and asylum-seeking children.


More information on the Universal Children's Day can be found here.

Winter School on Evidence Based Intervention in Developmental Psychology

The Italian association of developmental psychology is organizing the third training school on Evidence based intervention in developmental psychology. This year the focus is: “EVIDENCE BASED INTERVENTIONS TO PREVENT DEVELOPMENTAL RISK OUTCOMES IN YOUTH AND ADOLESCENCE”

It will be held in Pavia (close to Milan)on  February, 18-20, 2016.

More information can be found here.

MISSION STATEMENT: Positive Development of Immigrant Youth: Why Bother?

The European Association for Developmental Psychology (EADP) together with the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) and the European Association for Research on Adolescence (EARA) formulated a mission statement for improving the situation of immigrant youth.

 
Read the full mission statement

 

EFPA: European Psychologists offering their expertise: “The duty to help in the refugee crisis in Europe”

Europe is facing an influx of refugees that is unprecedented in recent times. These refugees are escaping war, violence, terrorism, political persecution and poverty. The community of psychologists in Europe, represented by the European Federation of Psychologists Associations (EFPA) follows on the appeal of United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, António Guterres, when he states “Europe cannot go on responding to this crisis with a piecemeal or incremental approach. No country can do it alone, and no country can refuse to do its part (…) The only way to solve this problem is for the Union and all member states to implement a common strategy, based on responsibility, solidarity and trust.”


For more information, click here.

Webinar on "Intrapersonal data and statistical methods"

Thursday 8th October 9.30am – 4.00pm, University of Helsinki, Finland


Venue: Room K226, Minerva Square, Faculty of Behavioural Sciences, Siltavuorenpenger 5A, University of Helsinki, Finland. This seminar is free to attend, to book a place please e-mail: nire@education.ox.ac.uk. Places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.


The seminar will be broadcasted as a webinar.
Collective viewings in the following locations:


Streaming takes place through http://video.helsinki.fi/.
The info-page about the webinar is http://video.helsinki.fi/Arkisto/tallenne.php?ID=20467
and the actual webinar will be visible during the day:
http://video.helsinki.fi/Arkisto/flash.php?id=20467ds


Rethinking trauma and resilience in the context of political violence: new directions in research and practice

November 14th - 15th 2015

This conference brings together diverse groups of mental health workers, social workers and academics to evaluate mental health practices in a war zone and question the traditional concept of trauma. It will examine the effectiveness of Western-derived interventions for ongoing trauma and discuss the viability of a PTSD diagnosis (including DSM & ICD) for civil conflict situations.

For further information about this event: http://www.kingston.ac.uk/rethinkingtrauma

We call for abstract submissions (PDF) that can be submitted to the conference via email: rethinkingtrauma@gmail.com

Third Seminar on Statistical Methods for Intrapersonal Data

An SRCD-Funded Event in Collaboration With EADP and EARA

SRCD funded a proposal prepared by Frosso Motti-Stefanidi, on behalf of SRCD’S International Affairs Committee and Radosveta Dimitrova, on behalf of SRCD’s Ethnic and Racial Diversity Committee, to organize an experts’ meeting on the topic of immigrant youth adaptation and well-being. The main goal of the meeting is to generate new insight on explanatory mechanisms on what is presently known about positive youth development (PYD) and positive adaptation of immigrant youth from a global perspective. The organization of this meeting has provided a venue for collaboration between SRCD with the European Association of Developmental Psychology (EADP) and the European Association of Research in Adolescence (EARA). Fifteen experts from the USA and Europe will take part in the meeting. EADP and EARA will each cover the expenses of one of the European participants. The meeting will take place September, 16-20, 2015 on the island of Hydra in Greece.


Scientific Program

Call for contributions at the International Psychology Bulletin (IPB)

The International Psychology Bulletin (IPB) is the official periodical of the Division 52-International Psychology, American Psychological Association. IPB is published in 4 issues every year including news and reports, a peer-reviewed research article, a student column, an early career professional column, teaching international psychology, travels in the history of psychology, heritage mentoring project, current issues around the globe, and book reviews. Recent and past issues can be found here: http://div52.org/publications/newsletter/

IPB invites submissions from psychologists all around the world! For submissions or questions, contact Vaishali Raval (email: ravalvv@miamioh.edu), Radosveta Dimitrova (email: radosveta.dimitrova@psychology.su.se) or Genomary Krigbaum (email: gkrigbaum@marian.edu).

 

More information can be found here.