REGISTRATION DETAILS

  1. No Registration Fees

  2. The participants include researchers, especially early career researchers, practitioners and university students.

  3. The participants are categorized into open and closed categories.

  4. The open category participants (attendees) can register to join keynote and plenary sessions, as well as paper presentations as an audience.

  5. The Closed category participants are the selected participants based on their Curriculum Vitae to join the cluster discussion and networking session and/or the presenter of the selected abstract submitted to the conference.

  6. Participants in cluster discussion and networking sessions will be screened based on the following criteria:

  • Research interest in SEA regions or populations.

  • Are currently/recently active in SEA regions research.

  • Interest in learning more about indigenous psychology (IP), to be a part of the IP movement and community.

  • Degree of fluency in English (this conference will be conducted mainly in English).

  1. An electronic Conference Handbook will be provided to successful participants.

REGISTRATION

You are invited to participate in the 3rd Southeast Asian Indigenous Psychology Conference (SEAIP-2023). Please read the following description on each category of participation.

ATTENDEE

(OPEN SESSION)

PRESENTER

This option allows you to participate in keynote and plenary sessions, and paper presentations limited as an audience. Registration for attendees will be open from August 1st - October 31st, 2023 (extended until November 12nd).

This option is for participants who want to present their current research or literature studies related to the 3rd SEAIP Conference themes. Participants will be asked to submit an abstract and then will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee. Registration will be open from August 1st - September 30th, 2023 (extended until October 8th). The selected abstract will be announced on November 1st, 2023.

CLUSTER MEMBER

(CLOSED SESSION)

This option is limited only to participants who have a passion and concern for the development of indigenous psychology. Participants will be selected based on their Curriculum Vitae. Registration will be open from August 1st - September 30th, 2023 (extended until October 31st). The selected members will be announced on November 10th, 2023.