International Meeting of Psychology Students opens in Cuba

Havana, May 6 (Prensa Latina) The 13th International Meeting of Psychology Students opened in this capital on Monday, following its official inauguration at the Main Lecture hall of the University of Havana.

More than 1,000 participants from 26 countries are participating in the event, which will end on May 10 and is taking place in the face-to-face and virtual modalities under the slogan “Connection, Science, Culture.”

Experts, professors, and students from Argentina, Barbados, Bahrain, Belize, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, and Ecuador are attending master lectures, commissions, and workshops, organizers told Prensa Latina.

other participants are professionals and representatives of related fields from El Salvador, Spain, the United States, France, Haiti, Italy, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Russia, Sweden, and Uruguay.

Over the week, presentations, community fairs, and cultural and recreational events will take place in several venues, including the Varona Building of the University of Havana, the Bertolt Brecht Cultural Center, and La Giraldilla Ranch.

The scientific program consists of debates on gender studies, psycho-gerontology, cyber-psychology, neuropsychology, environmental psychology, sports psychology, health and human welfare, couples and sexuality, social, community, and political psychology, education, subjectivity, and human development. Several doctors of Psychology, including Apollinaria Chursina (Russia), Clara Verney (Colombia), Francisco Herrera Triguero (Spain), Antonio Puente (the United States), and the Cubans Claudia Caballero, Jany Bárcenas, Patricia Arés, and Manuel Calvinño (Cuba), will give master lectures.


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