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Malaysian International Psychology Conference
The MIPC is held once every two years. It is building upon a newly established tradition: The ARUPS-MIPC 2019 is hosted by the outgoing President of the Malaysian Psychological Association (PSIMA). MIPC is the premier event of PSIMA that attracts psychologists and students of psychology.
ARUPS Congress has usually been the meeting place for psychologists in the ASEAN regions. The previous Congress was held in Bali at it was well attended by local and international participants. This is the second time that Malaysia is hosting ARUPS Congress, the first being in 2010 in Kuala Lumpur.
Highlights of an empirical, theoretical or review shall be presented in 20-minute time slots inclusive of question and answer. We strongly encourage you to use innovative presentation techniques to get the audience on your side. Then, please allow time for ensuing interaction with the audience.
You may select poster presentation for presenting your recent work. It should be based on empirical studies and printed on A1 size paper. You are required to be present during the poster session to generate discussions with the audience.
In the symposium, we would like you to be in charge of a group of people presenting their papers on a common theme. In the abstract submission, please indicate the theme and how many people would be involved. The symposium would be not more than 90 minutes. If you need more time, please contact the Scientific Committee.
Questions and inquiries about paper submission should be addressed to Dr Harris Shah at firstname.lastname@example.org
You are also invited to attend the 2nd International Conference on Psychology, Counselling and Education (ICPCE 2019) to be held at Universiti Sabah Malaysia in Kota Kinabalu on 30th October–2nd November 2019.
ICPCE 2019 is organised by Psychreg, the International Society of Psychology, Counselling and Education (ISPCE), GetPsyched and Universiti Sabah Malaysia.
Dennis Relojo-Howell is the founder of Psychreg. He writes for the American Psychological Association and has a weekly column for Free Malaysia Today.