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Webinars on the 1st Thailand International Conference on Psychology (TICP) and the 6th Thailand National Conference on Psychology (TNCP) 2021

The Faculty of Psychology, Chulalongkorn University, extends an open invitation for research articles to be presented at the 1st Thailand International Conference on Psychology (TICP) and the 6th Thailand National Conference on Psychology (TNCP) 2021.  The theme this year is “Rapid Change: Maintaining Well-Being in Turbulent Times”

The conference marks the historical development of psychology in Thailand, and all are invited to join the conference and be a part of this important event via ZOOM video webinars.  Whether you are in academics, a researcher, or student, inside or outside of Thailand, the TICP & TNCP 2021 conference during July 8-9, 2021 is a great opportunity to present your research and build your network.

The research submitted should be in the areas of psychology, but may cover other relevant fields, including social sciences, organizational behavior, sociology, behavioral sciences, neuroscience, and education.

Program

  • Thursday, July 8, 2021: Keynote address by Professor Jolanda Jetten, and panel presentations all day.
  • Friday, July 9, 2021: Keynote address by Dr. Schwin Dhammanungune, and oral and poster presentations all day.

Conference language

For TICP: Only in English.

For TNCP: We welcome presentations and poster presentations in English; however, for presenters who are Thais, this is not a requirement.   

For more information, please visit our conference website at https://www.ticp-tncp2021.com/​.

Chula is the place to discover one’s true individuality and the years I spent here were most enjoyable.

Rossukhon Kongket Alumni, Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University