Psychology from the East, Psychology from the West International Conference 2022

Psychology from the East, Psychology from the West International Conference 2022

Universitas Indonesia,  Faculty of Psychology in cooperation with the Asian Association of Women’s Studies (AAWS) proudly present

Psychology from the East, Psychology from the West International Conference 2022

with the theme:

“Psychological Perspectives of Sustainable Lives Post Covid-19 Pandemic”

The world faces new challenges with the advent of the internet and high technology. The situation has become more difficult with the Covid-19 pandemic for more than two years, which is life-threatening and raises awareness of serious health problems at the local, national to global levels. All of the backgrounds have significant implications in the psychological dimension of human lives. While the pandemic has sloped down, there is anticipation that life will not return to the same as before the pandemic. This event aims to broaden our perspectives on specific topics from different points of view from the East and the West. In addition, this event is also formed to further collaborations with national and international partners in research, education, community services, and publications on how to ensure sustainable living from psychological perspectives.

 The Abstract Submission: Deadline extended to October, 14th 2022 

The Conference:

Day 1

Date : Friday, November 4th, 2022

Time : 13.30 pm -18.00 pm Jakarta time

 

Day 2

Date : Saturday, November 5th, 2022

Time : 08.00 AM – 14.00 PM Jakarta time

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Place : Zoom Meeting

 

Conference Fee: waived for all participants (Free)

Register yourself on the link below (Abstract Submission-Deadline October, 14th 2022):

https://bit.ly/submissionpsyconference

 

Conference Registration (Presenter & Non-Presenter)

https://bit.ly/RegisterPEWIC2022

Link Zoom:

Link Zoom: bit.ly/eastwest2022
Meeting ID: 810 8712 6120
Passcode: FPSIUI

Buku Program
https://bit.ly/PEWIC2022ProgramBook

 

Further information:

www.aawomenstudies.org

E-mail Contact: psyconference@ui.ac.id

 

The Abstract Deadline has been Extended!
Batch II of the Call for Abstracts!

Now, it is even easier to register for this conference!

You can submit your abstract(s) in the form of:
1. Empirical research (qualitative, quantitative, or mixed approach), literature reviews, meta-analysis, scale validations
2. Each of the abstract is between the range of 150-250 words
3. The abstract does not have to be in the topic of COVID-19 (we welcome various topics within the six tracks shown below)
4. Each person can submit more than one abstract
5. We welcome abstracts from S1, S2, S3 students or equivalents, academics, scholars, and everyone who is interested to present their research!

Deadline:
14 October 2022

*) note: if you have submitted your abstract(s) previously, you do not have to submit it again

 

Track 1: Education and issues of human development

The pandemic brought us significant alterations in educational settings. We now realize the alternatives to face-to-face meetings, as we are increasingly being assisted by novel educational tools and technologies. Online classes bring those who are far in proximity closer, enable easier interactions, as well as introducing newer methods of learning. In addition, the whole pandemic settings may change human lifespan development in various ways. For instance, children and teenagers may interact significantly less with their peers compared to before. How do these changes impact human psychology? What are the relationships between psychology and these issues? This track broadly focused on the educational psychology and human lifespan development issues.

 

Track 2: Social lives, mental health, and well-being

During the pandemic, significant life alterations brought changes to individuals and impacted interpersonal social lives. Loneliness, depression, as well as various mental health issues arise within this era of social unrest. Although the pandemic has sloped down, there remains one important question: “what are the effects of COVID-19 pandemic on the human’s well-being and happiness?” Within this track, we accept abstracts that are broadly focused on how the current pandemic situation may impact mental health and psychological well-being. We also highlight some interpersonal, community, and social psychological issues that may contribute to people’s mental health and well-being. Also covered here, technology to ensure a better social life, mental health and well-being.

 

Track 3: Work, production, and organizational psychology

The rise of the startup culture, the increasing use of automatons, as well as the pandemic brought changes to the 21st century workforce. Various organizational cultures in today’s world may be related to intergenerational interactions and individual differences. Human performance in industries and organizations may be valued differently compared to the past. There is also a lingering issue of organizational diversity and how to better manage such diversity. How do psychology tackle these challenges in the workforce? This track broadly focuses on the relationship between human psychology and the various workforce and organizational issues of today’s world. Also covered here, technology to ensure a better life in relation to work, production and organizational psychology.

 

Track 4: Social discourse and political issues

In the current world plagued by pandemic, war, environmental problems, injustice, and economic issues, many social challenges arise. Such a world demands an answer to a question, “how can we all live together within this social unrest?” This question alone may include the discussion of many social challenges such as equality in the social and economic dimensions, political issues, movements, and conflicts within online or real-life settings, various efforts to improve societal conditions, media discourse, and many more. This track focuses on the intersection between current societal challenges, human psychology, and other interdisciplinary disciplines. Policy analysis and recommendation are also welcome in this track.

 

Track 5: Sexuality and gender construction

The United Nations has emphasized gender equality as one of its primary Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This is not without reason. Around the world, women still face unequal opportunity, unequal payment, not to mention unequal treatments. Within this track, we invited abstracts that examine the question of what it means to be a woman and how psychology and related disciplines may intersect with such questions. Here, we may also acknowledge the concept of gender as social construction, which encompasses topics such as femininity and masculinity, human sexuality, and issues beyond gender-binary, such as gender identity and expression, sexual orientations, and other gender-based issues.

 

Track 6: Macro perspectives that influence the psychological dimension of sustainable living

How can people live sustainably in the current world where the occurrence of pandemic and social unrest took over much of their attention? In this track, we invite abstracts which discuss the influence of macro-perspective factors such as cultures, sociological structures and networks, economic determinants, environmental impact, evolutionary forces (and many more) on human psychology. This track broadly focuses on the notion of how human can live sustainably in today’s society, with regard to these underlying factors.

1. Dr. Tjut Rifameutia Umar Ali, MA., Psikolog – Universitas Indonesia

Dr. Tjut Rifameutia is a member of Learning, Education and School Wellbeing Lab. Her particular interests are in teaching learning in higher education, student adjustment/first year student, and management of higher education.

As our esteemed keynote speaker at the Psychology from the East, Psychology from the West International Conference (PEWIC) 2022 themed “Psychological Perspectives of Sustainable Lives Post Covid-19 Pandemic”, she will present her speech at:

Friday, November 4th 13.30 pm-14.15 pm Jakarta Time (Convert to your local time using www.time.is/compare/ ).

2. Prof. Wiku Adisasmito- Universitas Indonesia

Prof. Wiku Adisasmito, is a professor of the Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia. He is the Spokesperson and the Lead Expert Team for the Indonesia National Taskforce for COVID-19. He is also the Spokesperson and the Lead Expert Team for the Indonesia National Taskforce for Foot and Mouth Disease. Prof. Wiku was the Coordinator for Indonesia One Health University Network, connecting 34 health faculties in 20 Indonesian universities.
As our esteemed plenary speaker at the Psychology from the East, Psychology from the West International Conference (PEWIC) 2022 themed “Psychological Perspectives of Sustainable Lives Post Covid-19 Pandemic”, He will present his speech at:

Friday, November 4th 14.15 pm-16.10 pm Jakarta Time (Convert to your local time using www.time.is/compare/ ).

3.  Prof. Chalidaporn Songsamphan, Ph.D. – Thammasat University, Thailand

Prof. Chalidaporn Songsamphan, Ph.D. is a professor of the Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University, Thailand. Her research interests are in Comparative Politics, Feminist Political Theory, and Feminism and Sexuality. Currently she is the co-president of the Asian Association of Women’s Studies.

As the co-president of AAWS, our esteemed collaborator for the Psychology from the East, Psychology from the West International Conference (PEWIC) 2022 themed “Psychological Perspectives of Sustainable Lives Post Covid-19 Pandemic”, she will give her opening remarks at:

Friday, November 4th 13.30-13.45 pm Jakarta Time (Convert to your local time using www.time.is/compare/ ). 

 

4. Prof. Chang Pilwha, Ph.D. – Ewha Womans University, Korea

Prof. Chang Pilwha, Ph.D. is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Women’s Studies, Ewha Womans University. She has served as Director of Asian Center for Women’s Studies, Korean Women’s Institute, Ewha Institute for Leadership Development and Dean of Graduate School of Ewha Womans University. She was also the former President of the Asian Association of Women’s Studies.As our esteemed plenary speaker at the Psychology from the East, Psychology from the West International Conference (PEWIC) 2022 themed “Psychological Perspectives of Sustainable Lives Post Covid-19 Pandemic”, she will present her speech at: 

Friday, November 4th 13.45 pm-15.45 pm Jakarta Time (Convert to your local time using www.time.is/compare/ ). 

 

5.  Prof. Alex Haslam – University of Queensland, Australia

Alex Haslam is a Professor of Psychology and Australian Laureate Fellow at the University of Queensland, Australia. He is an Associate Editor of Leadership Quarterly and a former Chief Editor of the European Journal of Social Psychology. His research focuses on the study of group and identity processes in social, organizational, and clinical contexts. His most recent books are The New Psychology of Leadership: Identity, Influence, and Power (2nd ed. Psychology Press, 2020, with Steve Reicher & Michael Platow), and The New Psychology of Health: Unlocking the Social Cure (Routledge, 2018, with Catherine Haslam, Jolanda Jetten, Tegan Cruwys, & Genevieve Dingle). In 2022 he was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia “for significant service to higher education, particularly psychology, through research and mentoring”.

As our esteemed plenary speaker at the Psychology from the East, Psychology from the West International Conference (PEWIC) 2022 themed “Psychological Perspectives of Sustainable Lives Post Covid-19 Pandemic”, he will present her speech at:

Friday, November 4th 13.45 pm-15.45 pm Jakarta Time (Convert to your local time using www.time.is/compare/ )

 

6. Ashley Randall Ph.D. – Arizona State University, United States of America

Ashley Randall Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in counseling and counseling psychology. She focuses her study to understand couples’ interpersonal emotion regulation. She has conducted researches to define constructs related to stress in close relationships and couples’ interpersonal emotion regulation, examine couples’ automatic and deliberate regulation processes, and to analyse resulting associations with mental health outcomes. As our esteemed plenary speaker at the Psychology from the East, Psychology from the West International Conference (PEWIC) 2022 themed “Psychological Perspectives of Sustainable Lives Post Covid-19 Pandemic”, she will present her speech at:

Saturday, November 5th 08.00 am-10.00 am Jakarta Time Convert to your local time using www.time.is/compare/

 

7. Prof. Nancy A. Pachana – University of Queensland,  Australia

Prof. Nancy A. Pachana is a clinical geropsychologist, neuropsychologist, and professor in the School of Psychology at The University of Queensland, and Director of Healthy Ageing, and Program Lead of the Age Friendly University Initiative, at UQ. She is also co-director of the UQ Ageing Mind Initiative, providing a focal point for clinical, translational ageing-related research at UQ. She is co-developer of the Geriatric Anxiety Inventory.As our esteemed plenary speaker at the Psychology from the East, Psychology from the West International Conference (PEWIC) 2022 themed “Psychological Perspectives of Sustainable Lives Post Covid-19 Pandemic”, she will present her speech at:

Saturday, November 5th 08.00 am-10.00 am Jakarta Time (Convert to your local time using www.time.is/compare/ )

 

8. Prof. Dr. Noraida Endut – Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM) 

Prof. Dr. Noraida Endut is Professor at the School of Social Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM). She was formerly the Director of the Centre for Research on Women and Gender (KANITA), USM. She does research in women and the law, gender and development, violence against women, and other aspects of gender studies. Currently, she is also the vice-president of the Asian Association of Women’s Studies.As our esteemed plenary speaker at the Psychology from the East, Psychology from the West International Conference (PEWIC) 2022 themed “Psychological Perspectives of Sustainable Lives Post Covid-19 Pandemic”, she will present her speech at:

Saturday, November 5th 08.00 am-10.00 am Jakarta Time (Convert to your local time using www.time.is/compare/ )

 

 

 

 

1. Abishek Sheetal – The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Panel Theme: Machine Learning Approach to Model Psychological Theories
Track: Social Discourse and Political Issues

 

2. Dr. Keiko Hirano – Yokohama National University, Japan
Panel Theme: Women’s Role During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Indonesia, India, and Philippines
Track: Sexuality and Gender Construction

 

3. Claudia Fernandes Nisa, Ph.D. – Duke Kunshan University, China
Panel Theme: COVID-19 Effect in Pro-Environmental Attitudes and Intentions to Mitigate Climate Change
Track: Macro Perspectives that Influence the Psychological Dimensions of the Sustainable Living

 

4. Finaflor F. Taylan, DProfSt, RSW. – University of the Philippines Open University, Philippines
Panel Theme: Gendered Psychosocial Support During COVID-19 Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities
Track: Sexuality and Gender Construction

 

 

Guidelines for Poster Preparation and Submission

Deadline: October, 30th 2022

 

All abstracts accepted for poster presentations will be displayed in the digital format and available for viewing online in the E-poster gallery on the virtual platform.

 

Poster Size and Orientation

  1. All information in the poster (text, data, figures, and pictures) must be designed to appear within one page. Additional pages will not be accepted 
  2. Poster must be created in portrait style orientation 
  3. Poster should have 16:9 ratio and minimum of 844 x 1000 pixels resolution

 

Design Recommendations

  1. Poster must be written in English language
  2. Title of the poster should be brief and match with the submitted abstract
  3. Include all poster contributors or authors. Names and affiliations of all authors (each author to be marked with superscript Arabic number (such as 1, 2) with their corresponding institute affiliation and their addresses
  4. The logo of the affiliated institution/university should be placed on the upper left hand corner
  5. Poster should be easy to read. Fonts recommendation: Arial, Calibri, Georgia, Helvetica or Times New Roman
  6. Use a mix of font sizes with minimum 11 points larger. The title and subheadings should be written in bold and larger font size.
  7. Make sure that any photographs, figures, graphs or tables being used in the poster are with sufficient size so that they are clearly visible. The number of images/pictures should be limited to only those that are essential and relevant for the poster.
  8. Content of the poster:
  • Title
  • Authors
  • Introductions
  • Objectives
  • Materials and Methods
  • Result and Discussions
  • Conclusions
  • References and Acknowledgments

 

Poster Submissions

  1. Poster must be submitted in PDF, PNG or JPG.
  2. Please submit your poster to bit.ly/ePosterSubmissionPEWIC
  3. The deadline to submit the poster is October 30th 2022.
  4. Failure to submit your poster by the deadline would result in your poster being not displayed in E-poster gallery

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