XXXIV Interamerican Congress of Psychology
July 15-19, 2013
The 34th Interamerican Congress of Psychology (SIP 2013) is sponsored by the Interamerican Society of Psychology. Participants are invited to share knowledge in all areas of the behavioral sciences, to celebrate the diversity of the discipline and to make an effort to integrate the North, Central and South Americas, and the Caribbean.
The program will include conferences, individual oral presentations, symposia, roundtables and posters, in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French. Pre-congress activities will include courses aimed at students and professionals, multilateral meetings aimed at researchers, visits to centers of excellence aimed at professionals and a doctoral college aimed at doctoral students.
Brasilia, located in the nation's Federal District, is a modern showcase of Brazil. The 52-year-old city is located in the country's geographical center and has more than 2.5 million inhabitants. Brasilia's international airport is one of the busiest in the country, handling more than 10 million passengers per year. A large number of flights connect this capital city to all Brazilian regions and to cities in the Americas and Europe. This will be the fourth time the SIP Congress has taken place in Brazil.
The conference is jointly organized by the University of Brasilia (UnB) and the University Center of Brasilia (UniCEUB). Both are traditional higher education institutions with recognition of quality education and research in Brazil and in the Brazilian Central-West region, respectively.