- D52 WEBINARS – Register here www.div52.net/webinars
- October 27 – 11 am EDT: International Experiences, Fellowships, Funding: Perspectives from Switzerland, Indonesia, Haiti, Rwanda, and Tanzania
- October 28 – 9 am EDT: International Psychology Students at the UN
Thank you for visiting the Division 52 website. As APA’s International Psychology Division, we value the diverse activities of psychologists worldwide.
Now more than ever we must network psychologists and psychology students around the globe to strengthen our role tobetter understand and address the challenges facing our species and planet, and also to confront and overcome the Euro and U.S. centric hegemony in our discipline. As an organization comprised of individuals from many countries, Division 52 is well positioned to further contribute to the achievement of these goals.
We welcome your input, involvement, and invite you to join our Division if you are not yet a member, especially if you reside outside of the United States. With greater capacity, expertise, and the voices of a larger number of psychologists and students worldwide, we will assist in the evolution of establishing cross-culturally valid theories, research paradigms, service delivery systems, assessment tools, and educational and training models, for instance, in psychology.
Lawrence, H. Gerstein, PhD
Muncie, Indiana United States
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International Committee for Women (ICfW)
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
Division 52 Offers informative, timely, hour-long webinars on topics relevant to international psychology. Webinars are open to all. For a fee, CE home study credit is available to webinar viewers. UPCOMING WEBINARS – register here