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1 XXIX International Congress of Psychology scientific program July 2008 International Congress Centrum ICC Berlin Germany FINAL PROGRAM 1

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3 table of contents Welcome Addresses 4 Organization 7 Acknowledgements 10 Scientific Information 12 Scientific Program Overview 17 Program per Day Monday, 21 July Tuesday, 22 July Wednesday, 23 July Thursday, 24 July Friday, 25 July Controversial Debates 400 Young Scientists Program 402 ARTS Advanced Research Training Seminars 404 Pre-Congress Workshops 404 BDP Workshops 406 Psychology in Berlin and Potsdam 409 Administrative Meetings 410 Congress Information 412 Social and Supporting Program 416 Index of Authors 420 Overview Plan of ICC Berlin 470 3

4 WELCOME ADDRESS Welcome Address from the Congress President of the XXIX International Congress of Psychology Dear Colleagues and Friends, It is both my privilege and my pleasure to invite you to the XXIX International Congress of Psychology 2008 (ICP 2008). ICP 2008 will be hosted by the German Federation of Psychologists' Associations, under the auspices of the International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS), and will take place in the excit ing city of Berlin. Because the major purpose of the congress is to present an outstanding scientific program, the Scientific Committee of ICP 2008, along with the IUPsyS national member societies, has selected world renowned scientists from all fields of psychology and from many different countries as invited speakers and symposia conveners. I am very pleased to say that by far most of the scientists we contacted were eager to come to Berlin. ICP 2008 offers a truly exquisite scientific program that will in clude more than 75 invited addresses with speakers from 44 coun tries and more than 160 invited symposia with conveners from over 60 countries. In addition to symposia, thematic oral ses sions, and interactive poster ses sions, we introduce a new format in Berlin that we hope will stimulate discussion during the meeting. Controversial debates will focus on topics that are both inher ently important and interesting to all of us as psychologists. The debates will take place at prominent time slots and will be moderated by some of the best psychological scientists in the world. Berlin is ideally suited to provide an atmo sphere of true international spirit as the city has learned to deal successfully with the diversities of systems and the coex istence of different cultures. Today, the German capital is a modern, lively, vibrant, fascinating city in the center of Europe with historic, cultural, scientific, and modern achievements, a city you will enjoy to visit. The scientific Berlin comprises 17 universities and colleges and 70 non-university research institutes where more than 40,000 scientists and 140,000 students work and study. The XXIX International Congress of Psychology will be an event that covers the whole of psychology in an exciting social en vironment, that extends our knowledge, improves on our practice, and widens our friendship networks. This will be the main psychological meeting in the year We do hope that you will make it a priority to attend. Come and enjoy! Professor Peter A. Frensch Congress President, ICP

5 Welcome address from the president of the international union of psychological science (iupsys) Dear Colleagues, The International Congress of Psychology comes only once in a quadrennium. Thus, it presents a very special opportunity for face-to-face exchanges of information on the state of psycho logy, basic and applied. It is my delight to welcome you to the XXIX International Congress of Psychology hosted by our German colleagues in the marvelous city of Berlin. Our hosts have been working diligently for some years to make this event a seminal one in our professional lives, and by all indicators they have succeeded. Here you will have access to the best in contemporary psychology from around the world. Your work presented here will reach thousands of scholars from nearly a hundred countries. You will also be able to participate in new Congress features such as Controversial Debates. When the International Union of Psychological Science accepted Germany s offer to host our XXIX International Congress of Psychology, the Union was cognizant that we would be coming back to the land of Stumpf, Wundt, Hering, Weber, Fechner, Ebbinghaus, and other pioneers in psychology. This rich tradition in psychological science has endured to the present day. The Union s selection was made in hopes that such a return to the roots of scientific psychology would afford us special opportunities for renewing ourselves and our discipline. As President of the International Union of Psychological Science, I want to take this opportunity to express the Union s deep and sincere thanks to Congress President Professor Dr. Peter Frensch and his dedicated team of colleagues who have worked so hard to bring this Congress to fruition. Professor Frensch and his committee chairpersons have been marvelous leaders for the Congress, persisting through many challenges. Without them and their many colleagues, there would be no Congress. I hold high expectations for this Congress, and I invite you to join in the Congress with gusto. Come, and both learn and teach. And, also enjoy the rich cultural environment that Berlin offers to you. This is a special event not to be missed. Warmly, Welcome address Professor J. Bruce Overmier President, IUPsyS 5

6 welcome address Welcome Address from the Chair of the German Federa tion of Psychologists Associations 2008 Dear Colleagues, The German Federation of Psychologists Associations feels hon ored to host the XXIX International Congress of Psychology 2008 in Germany (ICP 2008) under the auspices of the International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS). There has been a long tradition of psychological science in Germany for more than 130 years as well as a short but impressive history of psychological practice after the Second World War. To increase the international perspective again and to support the networking of scientists and professionals, the German Federation of Psychologists Associations was founded by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs) and the Berufsverband Deutscher Psychologen (BDP) in More than colleagues are representing science and the profession in various fields. A subgroup of colleagues is regulated by law and works in the field of psychotherapy. For the third time, the International Congress of Psychology takes place in Germany. Many outstanding international researchers and teachers of psychology were invited to exchange latest research findings and models of teaching and practicing psycho logy with more than participants from more than 100 countries. It is my pleasure to thank Bruce Overmier as President of the IUPsyS for the advice and support the Union has given to the Congress Organizers. I am grateful to the Congress President, Peter Frensch, and colleagues in the committees for making the ICP 2008 such a big success and an attractive meeting point for the community of psychology in Welcome! Bienvenue! Willkommen! Carola Brücher-Albers Chair, German Federation of Psychologists Association 6

7 ORGANIZATION ORGANIZERS German Federation of Psychologists' Associations, under the auspices of the International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS) The German Federation of Psychologists' Associations are: German Psychological Society (DGPs Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie) Association of German Professional Psy chologists (BDP Berufsverband deutscher Psychologinnen und Psychologen) President Peter A. Frensch Vice-President Carola Brücher-Albers Executive Committee Chair: Peter A. Frensch Carola Brücher-Albers Marcus Hasselhorn Arthur M. Jacobs Heinz-Jürgen Rothe Ralf Schwarzer Rainer K. Silbereisen IUPsyS Liaison: Michel Denis Secretary General: Barbara Schauenburg Organizing Committee Chair: Heinz-Jürgen Rothe Robert Gaschler Matthias Jerusalem Helmut Jungermann Ulf Kieschke Dietrich Manzey Michael Niedeggen Peter Walschburger Hartmut Wandke Jochen Ziegelmann Ex Officio: Peter A. Frensch, President Scientific Committee Chair: Arthur M. Jacobs Jens B. Asendorpf Jürgen Baumert Niels Birbaumer Anke Ehlers Michael Eid Michael Frese Joachim Funke Gerd Gigerenzer Peter M. Gollwitzer Kurt Hahlweg Christoph Klauer Rainer H. Kluwe Ulman Lindenberger Gerd Lüer Stefan Petri Frank Rösler Wolfgang Schneider Lael Schooler Sabine Sonnentag Ursula M. Staudinger Elsbeth Stern Hannelore Weber Hans Westmeyer Ex Officio: Peter A. Frensch, President International Advisory Committee Chair: Rainer K. Silbereisen Conny H. Antoni Merry Bullock Avshalom Caspi Erik De Corte Nancy Eisenberg Rocio Fernandez-Ballesteros James D. Georgas Esther R. Greenglass Buxin Han Jutta Heckhausen Michael Knowles Howard Leventhal Gerold Mikula Walter Mischel Elizabeth Nair Lars-Göran Nilsson Arne Öhman Meinrad Perrez José M. Prieto Marc Richelle Sir Michael Rutter Juan Jose Sanchez-Sosa Christiane Spiel Ingrid Schoon Wolfgang Stroebe Richard E. Tremblay Endel Tulving Alexander von Eye Kan Zhang 7

8 ORGANIZATION Honorary Committee Chair: Paul B. Baltes Albert Bandura Gian Vittorio Caprara Fergus I. M. Craik Raymond Fowler Carl-Friedrich Graumann Lothar J. Hellfritsch Mavis Hetherington Qicheng Jing Daniel Kahneman Walter Kintsch Jacques Lautrey David Magnusson Kurt Pawlik Lea Pulkkinen Gavriel Salomon Wolfgang Schönpflug Martin E. P. Seligman Charles D. Spielberger Robert J. Sternberg Jan Strelau Richard F. Thompson Tuomo Tikkanen Bernhard Wilpert Géry d Ydewalle Robert Zajonc Houcan Zhang Cooperating Association German Society for Psychiatry, Psycho therapy and Nervous Diseases (DGPPN Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychiatrie, Psychotherapie und Nervenheilkunde) ICP 2008 Office Barbara Schauenburg Department of Psychology Humboldt-Universität Berlin Wolfgang Köhler-Haus Rudower Chaussee Berlin, Germany Phone: Fax: Web: Congress and Exhibition Office CPO HANSER SERVICE GmbH Paulsborner Strasse Berlin, Germany Phone: Fax: Web: Please visit the TECHNICAL EXHIBITION in the central lobby, side foyer (blue) and bridge lobby. 8

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10 Acknowledgements The organizers gratefully acknowledge the support of the following companies and associations. Sponsors Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) HASOMED GmbH Hogrefe-Verlag GmbH & Co. KG Jacobs Foundation Mangold International GmbH Psychology Press SAGE Publications SCHUHFRIED GmbH Verlagsgruppe Beltz Julius Beltz GmbH & Co. KG EXHIBITORS Booth Alpine Biomed GmbH CL American Psychological Association (APA) BL Association For Psychological Science (APS) BL Beltz Psychologie Verlags Union CL Berlin Foil GmbH CL Berufsverband Deutscher Psycholo ginnen und Psychologen e. V. (BDP) CL BIOBSERVE GmbH BL Cambridge University Press CL Consiglio Nazionale Dell Ordine Degli Psicologi BL Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs) CL Deutscher Psychologen Verlag GmbH, Deutsche Psychologen Akademie GmbH, Wirtschaftsdienst GmbH des BDP CL DGPPN 2008 Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychiatrie, Psychotherapie und Nervenheilkunde SF EAWOP 2009 European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology BL Electrical Geodesics, Inc. CL European Congress of Psychology 2009 (ECP) BL European Federation of Psychologists Associations (EFPA) CL Harcourt Test Services GmbH CL Hogrefe-Verlag GmbH & Co. KG CL Interactive Minds Dresden GmbH SF International Association for Applied Psychology (IAAP) / International Congress of Psychology 2010 (ICAP) CL International Congress of Psychology 2012 CL Kohlhammer GmbH SF Lehmanns Fachbuchhandlung GmbH SF Mangold International GmbH CL neuro Conn GmbH CL Noldus Information Technology b. v. CL Open University Press SF Oxford University Press CL Pabst Science Publishers CL PAPILIO, beta Institut Performance Augsburger Puppenkiste, Tuesday, 22 July 2008 ML Pearson Education Deutschland GmbH / Pearson UK SF Psychology in Berlin and Potsdam CL Psychology Press SF Pulse SF Qbtech AB CL Routledge SF SAGE Publications CL SCHUHFRIED GmbH SF SensoMotoric Instruments GmbH BL Smart Eye BL Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg SF Spektrum der Wissenschaft Verlagsgesellschaft mbh BL Springer Medizin Verlag GmbH SF SR Research Ltd. BL TEA SEEING MACHINES BL The MIT Press CL Tobii Technology GmbH CL VERBI Software CL VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften SF WAXMANN Verlag SF Wiley-Blackwell BL Wisepress Ltd SF ZPID Institute for Psychology Information CL CL = Central Lobby BL = Bridge Lobby SF = Side Foyer (blue) ML = Main Lobby (as per 20 June 2008) 10

11 Performance of puppet play Paula and the Chest Kobolds (Paula und die Kistenkobolde) performed by the renowned puppet theater Augsburger Puppenkiste (in German language) Tuesday, 22 July h h h Main Lobby ICC Berlin Introduced by Prof. Dr. Herbert Scheithauer, Freie Universität Berlin, and Heidrun Mayer, beta Institut Augsburg The puppet play is part of the prevention program Papilio (www.papilio.de). Papilio is a developmentally focused program for preventing early-onset behavioural disorders and enhancing social-emotional competence in preschoolers. Paula and the four kobolds, each representing one of the basic emotions (sadness, anger, fear, and happiness), help preschool children to identify and express different emotions as well as emotional control to foster their emotional competences. The play is performed by the puppet theater Augsburger Puppen kiste. Based on empirical evidence the play is a good example for the implementation of knowledge from Applied Developmental Psychology to the field. Papilio has been developed and evaluated by beta Institut Augsburg and Freie Universität Berlin.

12 scientific information Introduction The scientific program of ICP 2008 contains more than contributions. There will be many parallel sessions and the sched ule is quite ambitious. To help you design your personal sche dule for ICP 2008, we give you a short overview of the different presentation formats. The general time schedule of ICP 2008 will be the same for all days. There are 15 minutebreaks between the larger time slots. Formats Awards n Mattei Dogan Prize The Mattei Dogan Foundation Prize in Psychological Science was established in 2006 by the International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS) under the generous auspices of the Mattei Dogan Foundation. The Prize is awarded in recognition of a contribution that represents a major advancement in psychology by a scholar or a team of scholars of high international reputation. The Prize is awarded for the first time on the occasion of the XXIX International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, July The IUPsyS is proud to announce that the Mattei Dogan Prize is awarded this year to Professor Michael I. Posner, from the University of Oregon. Professor Posner's work connecting psychological science to neuroscience and the study of the human brain marked a significant breakthrough in the study of attention, consciousness, memory, and information processing. His research has combined behavioural experimental paradigms and their brain, genetic, and developmental foundations to make major empirical, methodological, and theoretical contributions to the field of psychology. n Paul-B.-Baltes Lecture The annual Paul-B.-Baltes Lecture is a major event in German psychology. The speaker of the Paul-B.-Baltes Lecture is selected by all five psychology departments in Berlin and Potsdam (Freie Universität, Humboldt-Universität, Technische Universität, Universität Potsdam, and Max- Planck-Institute for Human Development), and honors the late Paul B. Baltes, director at the Max-Planck-Institute for Human Development in Berlin, a pioneer and worldwide leader in lifespan psychology and research on human aging. The content of the lecture is not confined to the field of human development as may be deduced by the name of Paul B. Baltes; rather, it is the explicit goal to select an ex ceptionally prominent scholar in any area of psychology. In 2008, the Paul-B.-Baltes Lecture is presented as a specially featured event at the XXIX International Congress of Psychology. The 2008 Paul-B.-Baltes Lecture is presented by Prof. Michael I. Posner, Uni versity of Ore gon. His lecture is entitled Executive attention: Its origins, development, and functions. Michael I. Posner You are cordially invited to attend this unique event on Tuesday, 22 July, h, hall 3. Invited Contributions The selection procedure for invited contributions was based on nominations by all IUPsyS national members. From this list of nominees the Scientific Committee of ICP 2008 selected approximately 100 colleagues for Invited Addresses and approximately 200 colleagues as chairs of Invited Symposia. Invited Address An Invited Address is a lecture scheduled for 60 minutes. The speakers will focus on either an overview of their area of expertise or latest developments in their field. All Invited Addresses will have a chair to introduce the speaker and moderate a short discussion or select questions from the audience. The daily time slots for Invited Addresses are h, h and h. The president of the International Union of Psychological Science, J. Bruce Overmier, will give his Presidential Address on Mon day, 21 July, h in hall 3. 12

13 scientific information Invited Symposium Colleagues who have been invited to chair a symposium were asked to gather a group of speakers and discussants for a lively exchange on the state of research and future challenges in a spe cific field. An Invited Sym posium lasts 120 minutes. The daily time slots for In vited Symposia are h, h and h. In addition to regular Invited Symposia the International Union of Psychological Science provided for 12 IUPsyS Invited Sym posia. They also last 120 minutes and will be held in the time slots h, h and h. Controversial Debate Controversial Debates are a new presentation format that we introduce in Berlin, and that we hope will stimulate discussion during the congress. Controversial Debates will focus on topics that are both inherently important and interesting to all psychologists. For more details on the five debates selected for ICP 2008 please see pages 400 and 401. Submitted Contribution Participants were invited to submit abstracts for the following presentation formats. All submitted abstracts were re viewed by the Scientific Committee. Symposium Submitted symposia have a minimum of six participants and were submitted by the respective chair(s). The chairs were asked to invite participants from more than one country if possible. The daily time slots for symposia are h, h, and h. Oral Presentation Participants could also submit individual oral contributions. The submitted abstracts for oral presentations were reviewed by the Scientific Committee and than grouped into thematic sessions. One or two of the respective participants were selected to chair the session. The number of individual oral contributions within these paper sessions varies depending on the time slot for presentation. Paper sessions are scheduled for all daily time slots. Poster and Rapid Communication Poster There will be two poster sessions per day. All posters will be exhibited in hall 2 of the ICC Berlin. The morning poster session starts at h and ends at h. The afternoon poster session is scheduled from h to h. There will be no afternoon session on Friday, 25 July. Post ers exhibited simultaneously are grouped into thematic sessions based on the ICP 2008 topic list. Pre-Congress Workshop On Sunday, 20 July, h, pre-congress workshops will be held at the congress venue. These workshops cover a wide range of topics. The pre-congress workshops are not included in the registration fee. A separate registration is necessary. Registrations for pre-congress workshops will be accepted on a first-come, firstserved basis. The maximum number of participants for pre-congress workshops is limited. However, some pre-congress workshops are still available. Please check at the congress counter for further information. For more details see page 404. BDP Workshops for Professionals (in German Language) In order to provide an opportunity for professio nals whose working language is German, the Association of German Professional Psychologists (BDP) offers a special workshop program on Monday, 21 July, h. The topics range from clinical over school psychology to psychotherapy. The orga nizers have applied for the accreditation of credit points through the Chambers of Psychotherapists. The BDP workshop program is not in cluded in the registration fee. A separate registration is necessary. Registrations for the workshops will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. The maximum number of participants for the BDP workshop program is limited. However, some workshops are still available. Please check at the congress counter for further information. For more details see page

14 scientific information science foundations Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft Monday, 21 July h, Hall 2.1 Research Funding in Psychology: How the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) promotes young researchers and internationality. The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation) is the central, self-governing research funding organisation that promotes research at universities and other publicly financed research institutions in Germany. In 2007 DFG has spent more than 25 Million Euros for research in psychology. The short presentation (in German) will give an overview of DFG s funding schemes with a specific focus on programs for young researchers and international collaboration. It will also touch on DFG s decision making procedures and bodies. Additional time should be reserved for a questions and answers session. Members of the Review Board in psychology will be present to comment on preparation of applications for funding and review criteria. Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation Monday, 21 July h, Hall 2.1 The Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation promotes academic cooperation between excellent scientists and scholars from abroad and in Germany. Every year, the Foundation sponsors approximately long-term research stays in Germany and abroad. To this end, it grants up to 800 fellowships and more than 100 awards annually and sponsors further research stays by its alumni. Research fellowships and research awards offer sponsorship tailored to individual needs and career situations. The Humboldt network embraces approximately scientists and scholars from all disciplines in more than 30 countries, including 40 Nobel Prize Winners. In this short presentation, an overview of the Foundation s programs addressing to postdocs, established scientists and internationally recognised cutting-edge researchers will be provided. There will be the opportunity to discuss how one can profit from the programs as a scientific host in Germany. A first impres sion of the programs is available on the internet: programme/programmueberblick.htm. The help desk will answer questions in advance: After the presentation all attendees and all Hum boldtiands staying at the ICP 2008 are invited for further discussions and some drinks during an informal cocktail reception. EFPSA Round Table Discussion (for both students and professionals) EFPSA: Who are we and what do we offer to both students and professional organizations? Wednesday, 23 July h, Salon 20 The European Federation of Psychology Students Associations (EFPSA wishes to invite both students and professionals to our round table discussion. We propose to start with a short introduction of EFPSA and then continue to talk about what we offer, or what we could offer in future, to both students and professionals, and their organizations. During the round table discussion we would like to take a further look at possibilities for a closer cooperation and discuss other topics that are of interest to the participants. Many EFPSA members are working on closer cooperation with their professional counterparts. For students it is a good way to get in contact with professionals and gain a closer insight into the profession, as well as a good opportunity to represent their colleagues. The professional organization can gain insight into the opinions of students, who are the future psychologists, and they can cooperate with students on organizing events, while benefiting from the fresh ideas and enthusiasm of student groups. Both can learn from each other and working together can improve the stability of both. With this round table we aim to share experiences, look at possible difficulties, and we are looking forward to hearing some fresh ideas. 14

15 scientific information Important Information for Speakers Speakers Center The speakers center is located at the end of the entrance hall of the ICC Berlin. Speakers are asked to hand in their CD-ROM or USB stick, containing the presentation (IBM format or compatible, no multisession) preferably one day before their presentation but at the latest 3 hours prior to the presentation. The presentation will be transferred to the central congress server and will be avail able afterwards on a special congress note book in the hall of the presentation. Due to time and technical reasons we kindly ask the speakers not to use their own notebook. Videos (VHS or DVD) need to be handed in at the speakers center preferably one day before the presentation but at the latest 3 hours prior to the presentation. In the speakers center there are several PC work ing stations where speakers can also work on their PC charts in a quiet area. Technical staff will be glad to assist. Opening hours Sun, 20 July 2008 Mon, 21 July 2008 Tue, 22 July 2008 Wed, 23 July 2008 Thu, 24 July 2008 Fri, 25 July h h h h h h Poster Exhibition Posters are displayed from Monday, 21 July through Friday, 25 July 2008 in hall 2 of the ICC Berlin. The posters are changed twice a day (except for Friday) and are at display between h and h (morning session) and between h and h (afternoon session). The presenting author should be at the poster wall during the poster session. The authors of the posters are asked to put up their poster on the particular congress day between h and h (morning session) or between h and h (afternoon session) and to remove the poster between h and h (morning ses sion) or between h and h (afternoon session) on the day of presentation. Posters that have not been removed by h / h will be disposed off. A poster information desk will be installed in the poster exhibition. How to read the congress program The ICP 2008 congress program contains the IUPsyS Presidential Address, the Paul-B.-Baltes Lecture, IUPsyS Invited Symposia, Invited Ad dresses, Invited Symposia, Symposia, Paper Ses sions, Controversial Debates, Workshops and Poster Sessions. The congress program is structured by day, time and format. Following the daily program, the posters are listed in detail. The different formats are highlighted in different colors. Formats Color Legend IUPsyS Presidential Address Paul-B.-Baltes Lecture IUPsyS Invited Symposia Invited Addresses Invited Symposia Symposia Paper Sessions Controversial Debates Workshops Poster Sessions Young Scientists Program 15

16 International Assessment Tools available in multiple languages Leadership Judgement Indicator English German* French* Danish* Czech* d2 Test of Attention English German French Danish Czech Croatian Spanish Portuguese Polish Dutch Hungarian* Romanian* Intelligence Structure Test German Czech Italian Lithuanian Bulgarian Slovak English* French* Dutch* Danish* Hungarian* Revised NEO Personality Inventory English German French Dutch Danish Czech Golden Profiler of Personality German Danish* Czech* Achievement Motivation Inventory English German (as LMI) Czech (as LMI) Romanian French* SON 2 ½-7 For complete catalogue visit our Websites Non-verbal Intelligence Test for Children English German Dutch French* Danish/Swedish/ Norwegian* Czech* Slovak* BIP HTS International Business-Focused Inventory of Personality English German Czech Spanish Portuguese French* Dutch* Danish* Slovak* Hungarian* Croatian* The Hogrefe TestSystem (HTS), the leading multilingual platform for computer- and webbased test ing: flexible, secure, with tests in multiple lan guages, extensive tools for analysis and reports. *(in press)

17 overview Sunday, 20 July h 9.00 h h h h h h Registration h Pre-Congress Workshops h h h h Opening Ceremony h Welcome Reception the Test People! 17 Banner_4.indd :20:23

18 overview Monday, 21 July h 8.00 h 9.00 h Invited Sym posia Symposia Paper Sessions h h IUPsyS Presiden - tial Address Invited Addresses Paper Sessions Poster Session Monday Morn ing Young Scientists Program h h Invited Symposia Symposia Paper Sessions Registration Technical Exhibition h Invited Addresses Paper Sessions h h Invited Addresses Paper Sessions Controversial Debate Poster Session Monday Afternoon h h Invited Symposia Symposia BDP Workshops h leading through psychology! 18

19 overview Tuesday, 22 July h 8.00 h Invited Symposia 9.00 h h h IUPsyS Invited Symposia Paul-B.- Baltes Lecture Symposia Invited Addresses Paper Sessions Paper Sessions Poster Session Tuesday Morn ing h h Invited Symposia IUPsyS Invited Symposia Symposia Paper Sessions Registration Technical Exhibition h h h Invited Addresses Invited Addresses Paper Sessions Paper Sessions Controversial Debates Young Scientists Program Poster Session Tuesday Afternoon h h h Invited Symposia IUPsyS Invited Symposia Symposia Paper Sessions 19 Banner_2.indd :14:09

20 overview Wednesday, 23 July h 8.00 h 9.00 h IUPsyS Invited Symposia Symposia Paper Sessions h h Invited Addresses Paper Sessions Poster Session Wednesday Morn ing Young Scientists Program h h Invited Symposia Symposia Paper Sessions Registration Technical Exhibition h Invited Addresses Paper Sessions h Invited Symposia h Invited Addresses Paper Sessions Poster Session Wednesday Afternoon h h Invited Symposia Symposia Paper Sessions h h Social Evening hosted by the German Federation of Psychologists Association h, Palais am Funkturm your access to psychology! 20 anner_3.indd :17:57

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