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Session Overview
Date: Friday, 19/July/2024
11:30am - 12:30pmRegister for Conference, Meet Other Guests
Location: Academic Club
12:30pm - 1:00pmMeet and Greet
Location: Academic Club

Come meet fellow conference particpants with refreshments including sandwiches, tea, coffee, juices.

1:00pm - 1:55pmOpening and Guided Discussion on the Conference Theme, Psychology, and ICP
Location: Academic Club Room - 1
Moderator: Polli Hagenaars, C5, Netherlands, The

The opening session will be a greeting and celebration of the ICP conference and conference theme: Human Rights, Dignity and Justice: Empowerment for All.
ICP President Polli Hagenaars will lead the discussion with orienting questions and audience participantion and interaction. It will be a great way to begin our conference by engaginfg our minds and hearts, and beginning our two days of discussion.

2:00pm - 2:55pmClimate and Environmental Psychology
Location: Academic Club Room - 1
Moderator: Erinn Cameron, Boston University, United States of America

This session brings together speakers addressing climate and environment from diverse perspectives.

 

Predictors of Climate Change Anxiety Among South African University Students

Erinn C. Cameron, Ashraf Kagee

Stellenbosch University, South Africa



Poor Governance is Associated With Poor Climate Change Mitigation Across Countries: Can Women’s Leadership be a Catalyst for Change?

Allison M Cohen1, Érinn C Cameron2, Genn Kerruish3, J.H. Ogilvy4

1University of Utah, United States of America; 2Stellenbosch University, South Africa; 3Stellenbosch University, South Africa; 4University of Southern California, United States of America



Mapping Jakarta’s Dream House: Measuring Psychological Comfort in Potential Residence

Yunita Faela Nisa1, Adhima Al Azmy2

1UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, Indonesia; 2Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia

 
3:00pm - 3:15pmBreak
Location: Academic Club

Tea, Coffee, Cookies and Water served in the Atrium

3:15pm - 4:10pmInterventions (Health and Mental Health)
Location: Academic Club Room - 1
Moderator: Mary Beth Kenkel, Florida Institute of Technology, United States of America
 

Peer Education for Gender Inclusion and Substance Use in Southern Africa (recorded)

Jayasree Anitha Menon1, Jennifer Belus2, Tara Carney Carney3, Natalie Johnson2, Beatrice Chiyokoma4, Kudakwashe Madzeke5

1University of Zambia; 2University of Basel; 3South African Medical Council; 4SolidarMed, Zambia; 5SolidarMed, Zimbabwe



Rights and Values: Combatting Gender-Based Violence in a Rural Guatemalan Community (recorded)

Danielle Skogen2, Judith Gibbons1, Anea Bogue2

1Saint Louis University; 2REALgirl



Determinants of Psychological Distress Among Sub-saharan Immigrant Workers in Morocco (Recorded)

Ahmed Khaoudi, Lamya Mouhssine, Abdelaziz El Bardouni, Farah El Houari

Moulay Ismail University, Morocco



Stress, Stigma and Family Quality of Life among Caregivers of Patients with Common Mental Illnesses in Pakistan

Rabia Khawar1, Mehwish Shakil1, Samavia Hussain1, Imtiaz Ahmed Dogar2, Rizwana Amin5, Hafiz Shafique Ahmad3, Ammara Butt4, Hira Ahmad2, Memoona Aslam1

1Applied Psychology GC University Faisalabad, Pakistan; 2Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Allied Hospital II, Faisalabad, Pakistan; 3Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Nishtar Hospital Multan, Punjab, Pakistan; 4Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Jinnah Hospital Lahore, Pakistan; 5Department of Professional Psychology Bahria University Islamabad, Psychology Department, Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaEffet University,

 
4:15pm - 4:45pmTalks and Discussion
Location: Academic Club Room - 1
Moderator: Josephine C H Tan, Lakehead University, Canada
 

Emotional Strengths of Guatemalan Adolescents in Conditions of Economic Scarcity (recorded)

Judith L. Gibbons1, Brien K. Ashdown2, Katelyn E. Poelker1

1Saint Louis University; 2Albizu University



Mainstream Psychology, Positive Psychology and Psychology of Religion and Spirituality

Elaine Henry Olaoye

Brookdale Community College, United States of America

 
4:45pm - 5:30pmPoster Presentations (In person and Virtual)
Location: Academic Club
 

Burnout among Psychologists: A Qualitative Meta-synthesis

Tetsuko Kato, Toshiki Ito, Yoshiko Kato

Graduate School of Human Development and Environment, Kobe University, Japan



Exploring The Experiences of Workplace Stress, Treatment Adherence, and the Well-Being of Employees with Type 2 Diabetes in Nigeria

Ismaila Yakubu1, Paul Norman1, Fuschia Sirois2, Rebecca Webster1

1University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 2University of Durham



Short Talk: How Do Women View Feminism? (Rrecorded)

Kristina Khrimian, Elia Kappa, Alisa Ficiciyan, Gayane Gevorgyan

Armenian Behavioral Science Students (ABSS), United States of America



Traumatization As Tool Of Cultural Propagation And Group Survival In Highly Controlling, Isolated Communities (Recorded)

Martina Bottazzo

Osaka University, Japan



Family Harmony and Self-concept Tendency to Juvenile Delinquency (online only)

Dhilla Royantina

Indonesia



The Impact of Climate Change on Psychological and Social Well-being (recorded)

Patricia Tesoriero. PhD

International Psychologist, United States of America

 
4:45pm - 5:30pmVirtual Poster Presentations
Location: Academic Club
7:00pm - 10:00pmGroup Dinner - Charles Bridge Restaurant - Smetanovo nábř. 195, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia
Date: Saturday, 20/July/2024
8:30am - 9:30amMeet and Greet
Location: Academic Club

Come meet fellow conference particpants with refreshment/lunchs (tea, coffee, joices, sandwiches)

9:30am - 10:25amHealth and Mental Health
Location: Academic Club Room - 1
Moderator: Chris Mulchay, private practice, United States of America
 

Can Organized Psychology Lead In Countering Hate- And Bias-Motivated Violence?

Hanlie van Wyk, Juan A Nel

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA



Mental Health Policies: an International Perspective

Jaime Martín1, Gabriel Medianero2, Daniel Martín3, Yanning Calderón4, Neha Srinivas5

1Universitat Jaume I, Spain; 2Universidad de Panamá & Instituto Nacional de Salud Mental, Panama; 3Universidad de Córdoba, Spain; 4Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, Mexico; 5Fairleigh Dickinson University, United States of America



Efficacy of REACTION Program on Parental Mental Health: A Pilot Study

Nil Ean1,2, Panha Toch1,3

1The Center for Trauma Care and Research Organization, Cambodia; 2Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia; 3Kids Education School, Cambodia



Human Rights Intervention for The Rehabilitation Among Disabled (recorded)

Charanpreet Singh

Chandigarh University:

 
10:30am - 11:15amDemocracy Round Table Discussion
Location: Academic Club Room - 1
 

Psychology and Democracy Reading Group Round Table

Josephine C H Tan1, Polli Hagenaars2, Mary Beth Kenkel3, J. Ibeh Agbanyim4, Elaine Olaoye5, Ling Ling Tai6

1Lakehead University, Ontario, Canada; 2C5, Amsterdam, Netherlands; 3Florida Institute of Technology, Florida, USA; 4Focused Vision Consulting, LLC, Arizona, USA; 5Brookdale Community College, New Jersey, USA; 6Iscte - University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal

 
11:20am - 11:35amEducation in Psychology
Location: Academic Club Room - 1
Moderator: Ada Louise Sinacore, McGill University, Canada
 

International Competences for Undergraduate Psychology: A Blueprint for Internationalizing Curricula

Susan A. Nolan1, Jacquelyn Cranney2

1Seton Hall University; 2University of New South Wales Sydney

 
11:35am - 12:25pmLunch (sandwiches and refreshments)
Location: Academic Club

Tea, Coffee, Cookies and Water served in the Atrium

12:30pm - 1:15pmDecolonization
Location: Academic Club Room - 1
Moderator: Polli Hagenaars, C5, Netherlands, The
 

Dispossession of an Eastern Métis Identity: A Colonial Right?

Lynne Gouliquer1, Carmen Poulin2, Daniel Côté1

1Laurentian University, Canada; 2University of New Brunswick, Canada



Decolonizing Psychotherapy : Through The Lens of Indigenous Psychology (recorded)

Ismahan Soukeyna Diop

University Cheikh Anta Diop, Senegal



The Host-Country’s Role In Refugee's Subjective Well-Being And Perceived Discrimination

Ling Ling Tai1, Kinga Bierwiaczonek2, Rita Guerra1

1ISCTE-IUL, Portugal; 2University of Oslo, Norway

 
1:15pm - 2:00pmPsych Jam - Participants Engage and Share
Location: Academic Club
Moderator: Erinn Cameron, Boston University, United States of America

Join conference participants to share a poem, a reading, a quotation, music, art, or dance. All are encouraged to participate!

3:00pmSpecial Social Event with Local Czech colleagues in psychology

Explore the river Vltava with paddleboats or rowboats and spend some time at a river embankment with spectacular views!
Links to the venues: https://prague.eu/en/objevujte/zofin-u-kotvy/

River Bank: https://prague.eu/en/objevujte/naplavka-rasinovo-embankment/


 
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