‘From student to student’ describes a vital aspect of the EFPSA ideology. Students open themselves to constructive criticism, and in return they receive helpful suggestions from other psychology students from far out their own country´s limits. This is all a part of the transfer of knowledge, which the students are encouraged to engage in during the congress week and gives the student the opportunity to practice their presentation and lecturing skills.
Come be a part of it!
With the theme “Mind the Body”, we hope to create a forum for scientific debate and an enlightenment of the relationship between the body and the mind, and how we as psychologist can benefit and access this relationship. But we need your help in order to succeed. We would very much like to welcome any workshop, paper- or poster presentation that can help us shed light on this topic and help us create a constructive and international debate, that will enhance knowledge transfer among participants.
So if you are working with something you think could contribute to the discussion of the body-mind relationship, we encourage you to apply and come be part of the student program and show us a different angel or view on the congress theme. In the selections process, we’ll focus on the presentations and workshops, that can contribute to the congress theme in order for us to create an entire week where the body-mind relationship can be discussed by both professionals as well as students.
If you want to contribute to the students program, we need your application before February the 19th.
In your application you should make a description of what you want to present at the congress and how it’s related to the congress theme “Mind the Body”. The application is to be send to: email@example.com
If your presentation is chosen, we’ll contact you with more details in March. We’re announcing the student’s programme April 1st.
For more helpful information concerning the particular design of papers, posters and workshops, check out: Guidelines for students active partipation.