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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.

Published: 2014-05-12 at 09:33
Marina Štambuk

(10. – 13. September 2014; Hague, The Netherlands)


The scientific programme will cover a diverse range of topics including: the cognitive- behavioural treatment of addictive disorders, anxiety disorders, OCD and related disorders, mood disorders, eating disorders, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, child and adolescent mental health, treatment of the elderly, and behavioral medicine. 


Throughout these topics, the emphasis will be on evidence-based practice, training of evidence-based CBT practitioners, dissemination of results of clinically relevant studies, the pros and cons of technological innovations in CBT such as internet-based therapy, virtual reality treatment and use of gaming in therapy. 

The scientific programme will span 3 days, September 11th -13th, and will include plenary sessions, keynote addresses, workshops, clinical master classes en meet the expert meetings, symposia, open papers, and poster sessions. Precongress workshops will be offered on Wednesday, September 10th. Precongress workshops are skill-based workshops led by internationally renowned practitioners in their field, and will cover a range of CBT applications at introductory, intermediate and advanced levels of training. 

Congress delegates will hear outstanding clinical and scientific presentations on new developments in cognitive behavioural therapy for a broad mixture of disorders. The congress will provide an opportunity to meet old and new international colleagues and friends. 


The committee will provide a highly interesting scientific programme featuring influential researchers and clinicians from around the world.
Keynotespeakers who have committed are Thomas Ehring, Emily Holmes, Claudi Bockting, Arnoud Arntz, Wendy Silverman, Sheila Eyberg, Martina Zwaan, Reinout Wiers, Dirk Hermans, Nick Tarrier, Freda MacManus, Giovanni Fava, Winfried Rief, Gerhard Anderson, Adam Radomsky, Tim Dalgliesh and Judith Beck.


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