XXth ISRA World Meeting 2012
Venue: University of Luxembourg
|Event Date/Time: Jul 17, 2012||End Date/Time: Jul 21, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: Jun 16, 2012|
|Abstract Submission Date: Mar 01, 2012|
You are cordially invited to register and submit abstracts for symposia, oral presentations or posters on the conference web site http://isra.uni.lu.
Three invited talks, a public lecture, and the pre-conference workshop for Young Investigators (YI program with limited stipends: http://isra.uni.lu/index.php/Young-Investigators) are some highlights of the scientific program.
In addition, we are proud to announce a special pre-conference to the World Meeting: The XVII Workshop Aggression (http://workshop-aggression.uni.lu/) will be an excellent opportunity to participate in the annual meeting of German-speaking aggression researchers. The workshop aims particularly at discussing recent ideas and work-in-progress on violence and aggression in children and adolescents (Workshop language will be English).
Non-scientific activities like welcome reception, Luxembourg city guided tour, farewell reception, and lunch buffets during the conference are all included in the registration fees!
With regard to pre or post meeting tourism, Luxembourg is an excellent choice. The country is located in the very heart of Europe. You may consider, for example, day trips to Paris (France, 2 hrs by train), Brussels (Belgium, 3 hrs), or Trier (Germany, 1 hr). In addition, many other locations worth seeing are nearby.
Important Dates in 2012:
- ISRA: Symposia submission due: February 1
- ISRA: Paper submission due: March 1
- Workshop Aggression: Symposia and paper submission due: April 30
- Notification of acceptance: starting May 1
- Pre-conference XVII. Workshop Aggression: July 15-17
- Pre-conference Young Investigator Program: July 16-17
- XXth ISRA World Meeting: July 17-21
Contact and Further Info
- Dr. AndrÃ© Melzer (+352 466644 9614)
- Prof. Dr. Georges Steffgen (+352 466644 6644)
UniversitÃ© du Luxembourg
Research Unit INSIDE
Social Psychology: Health Promotion and Aggression Prevention
route de Diekirch
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