Early Career Marathon: Integrating Research and Practice

Early Career Marathon: Integrating Research and Practice
24 hours of Applied Psychology from around the world

 October 16, at 8:00 AM UTC - October 17, at 8:00 AM UTC

A one of a kind virtual event dedicated to student and early career psychologists. Selected participants will submit a brief presentation on their research to be reviewed by top psychologists around the world. Presentations and reviews will be shown during a 24-hour marathon with time for questions and answers. The marathon will start on Saturday, October 16 at 8:00 AM UTC and end Sunday, October 17 at 8:00 AM UTC. Awards will be given for the top two presentations overall and the top presentation from each continent.

Watch in Portuguese, French

Organizing Committee
Pedro Rafael Altungy Labrador, Spain
Stéphanie Racine Maurice, Canada
Jeanne Proulx-Villeneuve, Canada
Sara Liébana, Spain
Carlos Velo, Spain
Marija Davcheva, Spain
Rayna Sadia, Pakistan
AÏ Ito, China
Joyce Nansamba, Uganda
Paola Eunice Díaz Rivera, México
Andrea Bravo Doddoli, México

Scientific Committee
Pedro Rafael Altungy Labrador, Spain
Igor Areh, Slovenia
Rolando Diaz Loving, México
Daniel Dodgen, United States of America
Ronald Fischer, New Zealand
Lori Foster, United States of America
Yiqun Gan, China
Kurt Geisinger, United States of America
Peter Graf, Canada
Frederic Guay, Canada
Tim Hannan, Australia
Terry Hartig, Sweden
Paul Hartung, United States of America
Erik Hoelzl, Germany
Zhi-jin Hou, China
Dragos Iliescu, Romania
Ana Maria Jaco, Brazil
Barbara Kozusznik, Poland
Sonia Lippke, Germany
Wilson Lopez Lopez, Colombia
Richard Mababu, Spain
Vicente Martinez-Tur, Spain
Susan McDaniel, United States of America
Despina Moraitou, Greece
Pedro Neves, Portugal
Sabine Pahl, England
Bryan Porter, United States of America
Stèphanie Racine, Canada
Kazumi Renge, Japan
Christine Roland-Lévy, France
Elisabeth Rosnet, France
Montse Ruiz, Finland
Katariina Salmela-Aro, Finland
Purnima Singh, India
Usha Kiran Subba, Nepal
Christina Sue-Chan, Canada
Fanny Verkampt, France
Robyn Vines, Australia
Tomasz Zaleskiewicz, Poland

  1. First place overall: airfare and free registration for the International Congress of Applied Psychology (ICAP) in Beijing
  2. Second place overall: free registration for ICAP Beijing

Regional Awards

  • Participants form each continent will vote for the winning presentation from their region 
  • The winning presentation from each continent will receive two years free membership in IAAP and a Young Board Observer Seat

Participation Criteria:
  • Must be a current IAAP member in good standing.
  • Less than 10 years after your last obtained degree or no more than 10 years of professional experience (current students welcome).
Important dates:
 March 25: Call for Abstracts
 June 15: Abstracts due
 July 15: Acceptance notifications sent, Registration Opens
 August 15: Recorded video due
 September 15: Recorded reviews due
 October 18: Opening of discussion sections for one week on Slack
 November 5: Regional winners announced in the November IAAP eNews



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