Inter-American Society of Psychology (ISP)
Société interaméricaine de psychologie
Sociedad Interamericana de Psicologia (SIP)
Sociedade Interamericana de Psicologia (SIP)
1951-12-17 Mexico City Mexico
17 Dec 1951, Mexico City (Mexico). Constitution adopted at 2nd Congress, Dec 1954, Mexico City. Constitution revised: Dec 1955, Austin TX (USA); 1967, Mexico City. Previously also known under the acronym IASP.
Foster scientific and professional relationships among persons concerned with psychology and related fields in the countries of North America, Central America, the Caribbean and South America and promote the development of the behavioural sciences in the Western Hemisphere; help further research, scholarly dialogue and interaction throughout the Americas; strive to contribute to international understanding by fostering learning about cultural differences and encouraging psychologists to interact across national boundaries.
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