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The XXIInd International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology
 

Reconnecting and Celebrating Diversities

Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada  


July 6 - 9, 2017


Meet you in Montreal!

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After thirty-five years of absence in Canada, the time has come to reconnect the continents in which Personal Construct Psychology (PCP) thrives. 

The theme of this year’s congress is Reconnecting and Celebrating Diversities. The purpose is to reunite international scholars, students and practitioners who have been using PCP in interdisciplinary fields, and scholars who are developing creative methodologies, that can be associated to PCP, to understand human experience in a four-day event. This will be the first time in history when this congress will be held in the province of Québec.

To learn more about Personal Construct Psychology (PCP) visit www.kellysociety.org.


Organizing committee

  • Ann-Louise Davidson
    Associate Professor, Department of Education (Educational Technology), Concordia University
  • Nadia Naffi
    Candidate to the Ph.D. in Education (Educational Technology), Concordia University
  • Giuliana Cucinelli
    Assistant Professor, Department of Education (Educational Technology), Concordia University
  • Richard Schmid
    Full Professor and Chair of the Department of Education, Concordia University
     

Important dates

  • Presentation submission deadline: March 15, 2017
  • Early registration ends: April 7, 2017
  • Pre-Congress workshops: July 6, 2017
  • Congress: July 7-9, 2017

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