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Final Conference Programme (PDF 4MB+)
Resistance & Renewal
26th - 30th June 2015
The 2015 International Society for Theoretical Psychology in Coventry is the 30th Anniversary of the first ISTP conference in Plymouth (UK) in 1985. The theme of Resistance and Renewal is used to frame this history, consider contemporary psychological debates and anticipate future theoretical, meta-theoretical and philosophical issues in psychology. The conference aims are to:
Sunday Trip to Kenilworth & Warwick Castle
To attend this trip on the 28th June, please visit the registration page.
The International Society for Theoretical Psychology (ISTP) is an international forum for theoretical, meta-theoretical and philosophical discussions in psychology, with a focus on contemporary psychological debates. Founded in the early 1980s, its objective is to stimulate theoretical arguments and innovations, to foster integration across areas and traditions of research, and to promote interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches to psychological questions. It aims to serve as the stage for the discussion of new theoretical ideas and conceptual frameworks, for the critical engagement of different theoretical approaches, and for discussions concerning the relation of theoretical psychology to other disciplines, to the history of psychology and to the philosophy of knowledge.
Friday 26 June 2015
The Welcome Centre47 ParksideCoventry, CV1 2HG