Looking for Your Achievements

Dear Division 15 colleagues, 

As mentioned in November e-news, IAAP would like to share a list of recent professional achievements for each division in order to show how we, as individual members, have been contributing to applied psychology and the society at large. These contributions can take many forms: from the traditional articles (scientific or in the mainstream media), books and book chapters, to interviews, opinion pieces, descriptions of ongoing projects, and other contributions members believe are relevant and would like to share, coupled with a link to where additional information can be found. IAAP's goal is to publish such lists regularly in our e-news, creating a database of our individual contributions and demonstrating our collective impact on applied psychology.

Thus, we would like to invite all Division 15 members to participate in this new thrilling initiative, which will also help in getting us closer as Division. For collaborating you would only have to send us, before November 15th: 

Name of authors (only the IAAP members that are part of the project)

Type of contribution (including, scientific articles, books, book chapters, interviews, opinion pieces in the media, ongoing funded projects)

Title (or one line description)

Reference (e.g., full article citation format or grant reference)

Link (live link to a resource where additional information can be found).

We are sure you all have plenty of interesting contributions to share! Let´s show everyone how active is the future of applied psychology around the world!


Dear colleagues!

Are you a young researcher involved in a project on applied psychology? No matter if you are undergraduate, graduate or PhD student, we count on you!

While the knowledge in applied psychology keeps getting bigger and bigger, we need to make it more and more accessible to everyone. You know what they say: a picture is worth a thousand words. Hence, how much is a video worth?!

Because we want to shorten distances, Division 15 is launching a new project for young researchers to share what projects they are involved in. This is how VidRESEARCH was created. Whether you feel a little bit stuck and you would like to get fresh ideas or you just would simply like to spread the word about your project, VidRESEARCH is your channel.

The videos will be uploaded to Division 15 website for all the members to be able to learn more about what you are doing, giving you useful feedback about the great job you are doing!

Don´t hesitate to submit, send us your video! Spread the word, spread the knowledge. Click here for more information!


Below we have put together activity resources to share different congresses around the world that you may be interested in attending.



Latin America

North America


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