The 31st International Congress of Psychology (ICP) 2016 was held in Yokohama, Japan from July 24-29 2016. This year it was organized around the theme “Diversity in Harmony: Insights from Psychology.” The ICP is organized by a national host committee under the auspices of the International Union of Psychological Science every four years. The 32nd Congress has been confirmed to be hosted in Prague, Czech Republic in 2020, the dates will be announced soon.
The congress was very well-organized and it was a great opportunity to learn about the research and works being done all around the world.
Coincidentally, there were just three papers related to Nepal and also three participants from Nepal.
The papers were as follows:
- Psychosocial care for cancer patient by Subba, Usha Kiran
2. Psychosocial Services in Post-Earthquake Nepal by Maharjan, Sujen M
3.Empirical study of psychological factors and intervention to increase psychological harmony after the earthquake in Nepal by Stueck, Marcus (Germany); Utami, Dian S (Germany); Boehm, Maya (Nepal); Balzer, Hans-ullrich (Germany)
And three Nepali Participants: