The First Southeast Asian
Indigenous Psychology Scientific Meeting
(SEAIP-2021)

December 4 -5, 2021

Virtual via ZOOM

8am-5pm UTC+8

Registration Deadline:

30th September 2021

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THEME

Development of Indigenous Psychology in Southeast Asia: Past, Present, and Future

           This first scientific meeting hopes to bring together scholars from all over the globe to empower the local psychologists in SEA regions to conduct indigenous and culturally relevant research, which could widen the conceptual space in global psychological research. We also aim to include under-represented psychologists from the less-developed countries in SEA regions, to amplify their voices and concerns for an equitable global psychology.  

OBJECTIVES

  1. Empowerment of “indigenous psychology” young scholars in SEA

  2. Addressing the culturally relevant issues in SEA through IP research methodology 

  3. Uncovering the indigenous knowledge espoused by the indigenous populations and minorities in SEA 

  4. Building research hub for collaborative and multidisciplinary IP research in SEA

WELCOME

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

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Dr. Louise Sundararajan

APA Fellow, 
​Chair of Indigenous Psychology Taskforce

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Dr. Rogelia Pe-Pua

Honorary Associate Professor of 
University of New South Wales

INDIGENOUS PSYCHOLOGY
RESOURCES

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Register today to join the first ever Southeast Asian Indigenous Psychology Scientific Meeting

Questions? Send us a message and we’ll get back to you ASAP 

Organizers

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