Psychology is a modern social science that studies human behaviour and psychological processes. Its focus is the development of scientific theories based on research, and the implementation of research results in many areas of the human life and functioning. The study programme in psychology at the Centre for Croatian Studies, at undergraduate and graduate levels, is in accordance with the European Diploma in Psychology, which guarantees that it provides professional competencies recognized within the European Union, and makes graduates in psychology fully qualified to compete in the labour markets. Information on the study programme are available at the web pages of the Department of Psychology.
(September 18 - September 20, 2014)
The Conference covers all fields of psychology and is therefore open to diverse topics; however, it is organized around the theme of culture and context. This theme might help to increase the epistemic and praxeological concept of psychology and show the enormous quantity of links to other academic disciplines. Particular attention will be paid to the promotion of young scientists by awarding prizes and fellowships for their research work.
Scientific conferences are attended to get new insights, to exchange scientific experiences, to establish a feeling of coherence within the professional boundaries. A possible answer to the aforementioned question may be our will to handle our motivesto participate in such a conference in an honest and open way - to agree that international conviviality is an important part about it! Located in the geographically and culturally charming Baranya, Pécs offers modern academic facilities along with a multitude of leisure and touristic activities.
Hrvatski studiji Sveučilišta u Zagrebu pokrenuti su i ustrojeni 16. studenoga 1992., isprva samo kao dvosemestralni Sveučilišni komparativni studij hrvatske filozofije i društva. Taj je program potom preoblikovan u program redovitog četverogodišnjeg studija.Address: Borongajska cesta 83d, Zagreb (map)