European Federation of Sport Psychology
Fédération européenne de psychologie des sports et des activités corporelles (FEPSAC)
Europäische Vereinigung für Sportpsychologie
Evropejskaja Federacija Psihologii Sporta
1969-06-04 Vittel France
Founded on the initiative of C-XC4347 - International Society of Sport Psychology (ISSP). Statutes adopted 1970; amended: 1975, Edinburgh (UK); 1977, Prague (Czechoslovakia); 1979, Varna (Bulgaria); 1991, Cologne (Germany); 1993, Prague (Czech Rep); 2003, Copenhagen (Denmark); 2007, Halkidiki (Greece); 2011, Madeira (Portugal); 2015 Bern (Switzerland); 2017 Nottingham (UK).
Promote scientific, educational and professional work in sport psychology; foster information dissemination, cooperation and collaboration in the field; encourage young scientists.
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