Learn more about the Psychological conferences
The 2nd edition of the International Conference on Research in Psychology is coming to the beautiful city of Oxford, UK on the 3rd-5th of June 2022.
Following the success of the inaugural edition, Psychological conferences (ICRPCONF) 2022 will feature presentations by the world’s leading academics, who will present their insightful research on a variety of crucial subjects in the field: social psychology, authoritarian leadership, childhood depression, learning disabilities, stress in sports, hate crimes, mood disorders, and more.
You will have a chance to immerse yourself into three days of intensive learning, dynamic discussions, and vibrant networking events. Whether you join as a presenter or a regular delegate, you are guaranteed to walk away with a suitcase full of souvenirs from the host country and enough inspiration to power you for months to come.
Psychology Research Conferences Deadlines
Paper Submission Deadline
20 May 2022
27 May 2022
03 – 05 June 2022
Educational Psychology Conference - Call for Paper
The Psychological conferences that will help you propel your academic career
As you progress in your career, there are certain milestones you are expected to reach to expand the reach and recognition of your expertise. Presenting your papers and getting published in prestigious academic journals are important criteria based on which your academic achievements are measured.
The Educational psychology conference is a fantastic opportunity to do just that. Whether you’d like to do an oral or a poster presentation, submit your paper for evaluation by our scientific committee. Every submission undergoes a double-blind peer-revision process. The commission adheres to the strictest evaluation standards for quality, relevance, and authenticity.
The International Psychology research conferences are seeking submissions related to the following conference topics: Psychology and Other related topics will also be considered.
- Prejudice and discrimination
- Religious prejudice
- Social cognition
- Cultural Differences
- Personal perception
- Persuasion, propaganda, and marketing
- Attraction, romance, and love
- Nonverbal communication
- Prosocial behavior
- Homelessness and mental health
- Quitting bad habits
- Addiction and family
- Anger management
- Asperger’s Syndrome
- Antisocial personality disorder
- Social interactions
- Postnatal (postpartum) depression
- Prescriptions for ADHD
- Early childhood
- Language development & Language learning
- Social learning
- Childhood attachment
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Midlife crisis
- Bullying behaviour
- Human Development
- Age and memory
- Developmental disabilities
- Speech development in children
- Gender role and identity
- Language acquisition
- Learning disabilities
- Gender roles
- Prenatal development
- Parenting styles
- Aging process
- Covid 19 impact on mental health
- Social media and covid-19 pandemic
- Fake news
- COVID-19 and At-Risk Populations
- Religious activities during pandemic
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Psychological Impacts of the Quarantine
- Psychological Support and Online Psychotherapy
- Aspecific and uncontrolled fears
- Pervasive anxiety
- Frustration and boredom
- Disabling loneliness
- Inadequate information
- Social support
- Preventive strategies
- Psychological effects of adoption
- Obesity for children
- Childhood depression
- Introvert personality
- Child abuse
- Mental health problems
- Child development stages
- Birth order impacts
- Video games impacts on behavior
- Childhood trauma
- Child abuse
- Pain management
- Cognitive-behavioural programs
- Eating disorders
- Chronic insomnia
- Attention deficit disorder
- Mood swings and mental disorder
- Grief and loss
- Suicide prevention
- Seasonal depression
- Panic attacks
- Meditation for pain relief
- Stress management in patients
- Postpartum depression
- Clinical Psychology
- Memory and concentration
- Judgment and decision making
- Attention span in children
- Repressed memories
- Problem-solving ability
- Color psychology
- Critical thinking
- Implicit and explicit memory
- Human Cognition
- Personality Psychology
- Creativity and temperament
- Marriage and personality
- Authoritarian leadership
- Problem-solving and Judgment
- Bipolar disorder
- Sex offenders
- Homegrown terror groups
- Patterns and trends in Juvenile crime
- Rehabilitation programs
- Reliability of eyewitnesses
- Copycat crimes
- Serial killers
- Gun violence and mental illness
- Predictive policing
- Social media across cultures
- Humor across cultures
- Beauty in the digital age
- Culture and multinational companies
- Motherhood in different cultures
- Education and culture
- Death and cultures
- Multicultural communities
- Student motivation
- Students with dyslexia
- Bullying in schools
- Self-esteem and academic success
- Music and cognitive functioning
- Achievements gaps
- Operant conditioning
- Types of learning difficulties
- Challenges for sport coaches
- Team chemistry
- Emotions control in sports
- Role of coach in confidence-making
- Stress in sports
- Personality of athletes
- Suicidal thoughts
- PTSD and PTSS
- Separation anxiety
- Stalking and mental illness
- Lying and mental health
- Mood disorders
- Hate crimes
- Eating disorders
- Borderline personality disorder
- Seasonal affective disorder
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Group therapy
- Psychoanalytic therapy
- Animal assisted therapy
Be an oral presenter of the Psychological conferences and present your research to a truly international audience. Presentation slots are limited, so early submission is strongly encouraged. Send your abstract today.
Submit your research paper to be a poster presenter and show your research work to the global Psychological conferences audience.
If you can’t attend the Psychology research conferences in person but want to share your research with our international community, join as a virtual presenter.
All accepted research papers will be published and indexed in the conference proceedings. All accepted abstracts will be published in the conference abstract book with ISBN.
Attending the Psychology research conferences will provide an opportunity to network and share thoughts on recent advances with other academics and experts in the same or similar fields.
The organizing Committee will offer all participants a city tour free of charge, so learn about Oxford’s vibrant past and present, with a friendly local guide.
Paper Publication Opportunity
Academic Educational psychology conference
- All accepted papers will be published with an ISBN Number.
- Each Paper will be assigned Digital Object Identifier (DOI) from Cross Ref.
- The proceedings shall be submitted to Google Scholar for Indexing.
- The Conference Proceedings will be published with an ISBN in a soft form.
- All papers have publication opportunities in ISI and Scopus various indexed international journals.
- All full papers submitted for conference proceedings will be evaluated using a double-blind review process and published electronically in proceedings with a DOI number.
All accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings with the ISBN 978-609-485-272-5. All full papers sent for conference proceedings will be accepted through a double-blind review process and will be published electronically in proceedings with a DOI number.
Plagiarism Policy & Publication Ethics
The 2nd International Conference on Research in Psychology follows strict anti-plagiarism policies and, as such, checks every submission for plagiarism using Crossref Similarity Check Powered by iThenticate. All articles submitted to the conference first undergo a plagiarism check before being sent to our scientific committee for review. The submission will be automatically rejected at any time if found plagiarized. If you’d like to find out more information about the iThenticate software, click on the following link: https://www.crossref.org/services/similarity-check/
Oxford is a diverse and historic city, just a short distance to the west of London. It’s a major British and European centre for the arts, science, technology and innovation, and a fantastic place to live and study. For centuries, scholars, artists, writers, scientists and film-makers have found inspiration in Oxford’s spectacular architecture—the city’s famous ‘dreaming spires’. Oxford’s complex history has given rise to its unique character. Around the splendid, medieval core of the ancient University and its colleges, there’s a bustling, welcoming modern city.
Oxford is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the UK, with a vibrant and cosmopolitan community. Home to two major universities, it has some 40,000 students, almost a quarter of the city’s population, who come from all over the world. In Oxford, you’re never far away from green spaces—there are parks, gardens and meadows throughout the city, which is also surrounded by rolling countryside. The rivers running through the city give rise to Oxford’s famous traditions of rowing and punting, with miles of scenic waterways to enjoy.
One-day city tour free of charge
We would also like to offer the participants a one-day city tour free of charge. Great chance for participants to mingle around as well as appreciate the city of Oxford famous for its vibrant culture, architecture, art scenes, and excellent cuisines.
We look forward to seeing you all on June 03-05 in lively Oxford.