Psychology, Religion, & Culture in Iran

A group of psychologists has announced a Congress on Psychology, Religion, and Culture, 18-20 May 2010 to be held in Tehran. Issues to be addressed range from basic issues (both theoretical and empirical investigations) to applications of psychology and religion to issues such as family and bioethics.

For what its worth, I have spoken with two people who attended a similar conference in Tehran several years ago. They raved about the experience! If you are able to travel, consider this on your calendar. It promises to be a fascinating, rewarding experience.

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