News and Announcements
Thank you for visiting the Division 52 website. As APA attempts to become more international, our division, the International Psychology Division, is critical to that effort. We understand and appreciate the diverse activities of psychologists worldwide. Among our goals is to facilitate and sponsor communication and interaction among the world’s psychologists. This year, our division is 25 years old! While that feels like a real accomplishment, it also reminds us that there was no such division in APA for the first 105 years of its existence. The United States of America, has sometimes been known as an isolationist country. Our division endeavors to open doors to better understand and appreciate the entire world.
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Student Committee Web Pages / Resources
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Initiatives / Programs
Debbie Stiles, Jessica Walsh
International Environmental Justice Committee (IEJC)
Goal: fostering international psychology debate on the environmental justice and challenges that humankind is likely to face in the next and remote future, having an impact on human individual and collective.
Interest Group: Immigration
Committee on Latin American Affairs (Task Force)
Co-Chairs: Cristina Cruza-Guet; Juan Antonio Valdivia
Goals: advancing and promoting high-quality and inclusive research with indigenous, cultural, cross-national, and cross-cultural samples. The committee is a consulting and educational base for researchers interested in such topics related to international and cross-cultural research.
Division 52 Offers informative, timely, hour-long webinars on topics relevant to international psychology. Webinars are open to all. UPCOMING WEBINARS – register here
Webinar Committee Co-Chairs: Pina Marsico, :Luca Tateo
Student Webinar Subcommittee Co-Chairs: Daniel Balva, Erinn Cameron, Aldo Barrita
International Committee for Women (ICfW) – Division 52 Standing Committee
The primary mission of the International Committee for Women (ICfW) is to identify substantive issues that affect the welfare of women globally and to recommend action to the Division. Read More
Co-Chairs: Shaifali Sandhya, Ph.D., Sade Soares