International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP)
1972-03-01 Hong Kong Hong Kong
1 Mar 1972, Hong Kong. Constitution adopted 29 Jul 1978, Munich (Germany FR); corrected and updated Jan 1983; amended Jul 1993; revised Jul 2011.
Facilitate communication among cross-cultural psychologists; further advancement of research and methodology in cross-cultural psychology and in all branches of psychology and related disciplines worldwide; test more effectively the universal validity of psychological theories; evolve guidelines for ethical standards in cross-cultural research.
Events2021-07 | Olomouc, Czech Rep – Biennial International Conference
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General Meeting (every 2 years); Regional Representatives; Regional and National Committees; Standing Committees; International Conference (every 2 years).
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