66th Congress of Psychologists
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The 66th Congress of Psychologists of Serbia will take place at Zlatibor in Serbia, from May 30th to June 2nd 2018., under the title Futurism in psychology – psychology in the zone of future development. The theme of this year’s congress is meant to encourage delving into and thinking about the future of psychology. We will try to anticipate which areas of psychology will become key areas in the future, which subjects we will be dealing with as researchers, which questions and dilemmas we, as experts, will be posing to ourselves, which practical problems we will be trying to solve, and what sciences will be our key allies. These are just some of the subjects which we will have the opportunity of thinking about and dealing with at this year’s congress.

By your participation at the Congress you would contribute to maintaining the tradition of the conference, which represents a place of gathering and exchange of knowledge and experience of psychologists from Serbia and from abroad. This is an opportunity to, through plenary lectures, symposiums, announcements, and poster presentations, get informed about and get to know the latest research in psychology and related disciplines, to exchange the experience and insights from practices, while striving to perfect and improve it, to pose important questions and sharpen professional attitudes at the professional and scientific forums, to meet up with members of the sections we are a part of, acquire new skills and get to know inspirational ideas through workshops, make important new contacts with colleagues from Serbia, the region, and the world, and for many more things.

You can sign up for the following forms of participation at the Congress of Psychologists:

  • Group sessions – symposiums and panel discussions

  • Individual spoken announcements and poster presentations

  • Workshops and seminars

  • Meeting of the Serbian Psychological Society’s section

  • Psychology books promotion

You can find more information on the various forms of participation and signing up in the Paper submission instructions.Paper submission deadline is 26.03.2018., and the first paper to be submitted will receive a special prize.

At the Congress we’ll have the opportunity to hear some of the excellent plenary speakers from the country and from abroad, such as:

  • Dr. Brian Nosek, a social psychologist and professor at the University of Virginia. Professor Nosek is one of the founders of the Centre for Open Science (https://cos.io/) that aims at improving the openness, integrity and replicability of science research, and, in 2015. The prestigious journal Nature put him as one of 10 researchers who made a significant contribution to science. Professor Nosek will give a lecture via Skype.

  • Dr. Ivana Milojević, a professor, and an expert on Future Studies. She completed her PhD in the area of education at the University of Queensland, Australia. She lectured as a visiting professor at the University of Novi Sad in Serbia, as an adjunct professor at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia, and as a visiting professor at the Institute of Future Studies of Tamkang University in Taiwan. She’s engaged in research and education on transdisciplinary areas that connect sociology, pedagogy and psychology of education, gender, peace, and future studies.

  • Dr.Veljko Jovanović, assistant professor at the Department for psychology of the Faculty of philosophy in Novi Sad, Serbia. He’s engaged in research on subjective well-being and the quality of life, with a special accent on the cross-cultural studies of well-being. He’s currently the assistant editor of the Journal of Well-being Assessment.

  • Dr. Nataša Jokić-Begić, full professor at the Department for psychology of the Faculty of philosophy, University of Zagreb, Croatia. She’s the founder and director of the specialist studies of clinical psychology. She’s participating in many interdisciplinary research of mental states and disorders, primarily anxious disorders, and then gender identity disorders and psycho-somatic diseases, and, recently, she’s become engaged with the problem of cyberchondria.

  • Dr.Sc. Marina Ajduković, psychologist and sociologist, full professor at the Social work study programme of the Faculty of law, University of Zagreb, Croatia. She’s engaged in a wide variety of topics concerned with the factors of jeopardized development and mental health of children. She’s cooperated with UNICEF for many years, and is leading a large number of international and national research and applied projects, the focus of which is the well-being of children and youth. Furthermore, she’s been engaged as a consultant in many countries hit by crises and conflict.

 

Members of the 2018. Congress of Psychologists of Serbia Program Committee:

  1. Co-chair: Dr Jelena Vranješević, associate professor, Department for Pedagogy and Andragogy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade

  2. Co-chair: Dr Boris Popov, assistant professor, Department for Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad

  3. DrDušicaFilipovićĐurđević, associate professor, Department for Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade

  4. Dr Vesna GavrilovJerković, associate professor, Department for Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad

  5. Dr Darko Hinić, associate professor, Faculty of Science and Faculty of Philology and Arts, University of Kragujevac

  6. DrGordanaĐigić, assistant professor, Department for Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Niš

  7. DrDejanPajić, assistant professor, Department for Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad

  8. Dr Tamara DžamonjaIgnjatović, full professor, Department for social policy and social work, Faculty of Political Sciences, and Department for psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade

  9. Dr Mirjana Beara, assistant professor, Study program for psychology of the Department for philosophical sciences, State University of Novi Pazar

  10. The secretaries of the Program Committee are LjiljanaPlazinić, teaching fellow at the Teacher Education Faculty, University of Belgrade, and doctoral student at the Department of psychology of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade, and Nikola Stevanović, teaching assistant and doctoral student at the Department of psychology of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade.



In front of the 66th Congress of Psychologists Program Committee

prof. dr Jelena Vranješević and doc. dr Boris Popov


 

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