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18th International Congress on Applied Psychology and Psychiatry, will be organized around the theme “To discuss and deliberate the Use of Psychological studies for the improvement of human life ”

Applied Psychology 2017 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Applied Psychology 2017

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Applied psychology is findings of scientific psychology to solve practical problems of animal and human behaviour and experience. Mental health, organizational psychology, business management, education, health, product design, ergonomics, and law are just a few of the areas that have been influenced by the application of psychological principles and findings.

  • Track 1-1Applied sport psychology
  • Track 1-2Applied social psychology
  • Track 1-3Applied cognitive psychology
  • Track 1-4Applied environmental psychology
  • Track 1-5Applied geronotology
  • Track 1-6Psychological problems
  • Track 1-7Human development and social interventions
  • Track 1-8Psychology and social interventions
  • Track 1-9Human factors and ergonomics
  • Track 2-1Community psychiatry
  • Track 2-2Molecular psychiatry
  • Track 2-3Biological psychiatry
  • Track 2-4Emergency psychiatry
  • Track 2-5Social psychiatry
  • Track 2-6Cross-cultural psychiatry
  • Track 2-7Neurocognitive and neurodevelopmental disorder
  • Track 2-8Schizophrenia
  • Track 2-9Post traumatic stress disorder
  • Track 2-10Addictive disorder
  • Track 2-11Bipolar disorder
  • Track 2-12Anxiety and depression
  • Track 2-13Disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorders
  • Track 2-14Brain/behavioral diorder

Child Psychology includes Psychological development in child (development throughout the lifespan). As we are aware that mental health is absence of mental disorders, different kinds of syndromes during the life span results in mental disorders. Maximum of adolescent and children experience mental disorders. If untreated, then these conditions influence the development. Mental illness across life span of Baby, how Brains and Mental health related in a kid , Relation between Children sleep and mental health, Mental Rehabilitation? Sometimes people even think of is Mental illness a Myth?? We will Current issues of Mental Health in child and how the discuss about how mental health Screening and Assessment is done, how does the environment influences in children and role of parents in child development, Psychological characteristics of preschool children

  • Track 3-1Child and adolescent psychiatry
  • Track 3-2Neonatal and pediatric psychology
  • Track 3-3Development psychology
  • Track 3-4Child development stages
  • Track 3-5Child abuse, prevention and neglet
  • Track 3-6Educational and school psychology
  • Track 3-7Pediatric health and neurology
  • Track 3-8Clinical practice in pediatric psychology
  • Track 3-9Pediatric conditions and the role of psychologist
  • Track 3-10Pediatric nursing and mental retardation
  • Track 3-11Adolescnet addiction
  • Track 3-12Adolescent depression and risk factors
  • Track 3-13Personality disorders in children and adolescents

Clinical Psychology is the branch of psychology concerned with the assessment and treatment of mental illness and behavioural problems. This field integrates the science of psychology with the treatment of complex human problems, making it an exciting career choice for people who are looking for a challenging and rewarding field. It is the study of individuals, by observation or experimentation, with the intention of promoting change. Clinical Psychology can be applied in various fields such as, Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, History of Psychology, Psychology Research Methods, Psychotherapy. Clinical psychology is a broad branch of psychology that focuses on diagnosing and treating mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders. Some of the more common disorders that might be treated include learning disabilities, substance abuse, depression, anxiety. 

  • Track 4-1Advanced therapeutic approaches
  • Track 4-2Clinical operation and allied services
  • Track 4-3Social marketing/market analysis and statistics
  • Track 4-4Psychology of negotiation
  • Track 4-5Money and financial behavior
  • Track 4-6Psychology of economics
  • Track 4-7Consumer psychology and marketing
  • Track 4-8Psychological research & case reports
  • Track 4-9Clinical behaviour disorders
  • Track 4-10Clinical psychopathology and pathophysiology
  • Track 4-11Applied econometric and psychological research methods

It is the branch of psychology that deals with motivation, problem-solving, decision-making, thinking and attention.Cognitive psychology is the branch of psychology that focuses on the way people process information. It looks at how we process information we receive and how the treatment of this information leads to our responses. In other words, cognitive psychology is interested in what is happening within our minds that links stimulus (input) and response (output).

Cognitive psychology is the study of mental processes such as attention, language use, memory, perception, problem solving, creativity, and thinking. Much of the work derived from cognitive psychology has been integrated into various other modern disciplines of psychological study, including educational psychology, social psychology, personality psychology, abnormal psychology, developmental psychology, and economics.

  • Track 5-1Cognitive disturbance and rehabilitation
  • Track 5-2Autism, stroke, multiple sclerosis, alzheimers disease
  • Track 5-3Computational neuroscience
  • Track 5-4Cognitive neuroscience of memory and cognition
  • Track 5-5 Developmental neuroscience
  • Track 5-6Neuroinformatics and neurolinguistics
  • Track 5-7Social cognitive psychology
  • Track 5-8Brain science and education
  • Track 5-9Applied cognitive psychology
  • Track 5-10Neuropsychiatry and its application
  • Track 5-11Neuroimaging
  • Track 5-12Genetic abnormalities
  • Track 5-13CBT for anxiety, depression, eating disorders, addiction & trauma

Counseling Psychology is a specialty within professional psychology that maintains a focus on facilitating personal and interpersonal functioning across the life span. The specialty pays particular attention to emotional, social, vocational, educational, health-related, developmental, and organizational concerns.

Counseling psychology is a psychological specialty that facilitates personal and interpersonal functioning across the life span with a focus on emotional, social, vocational, educational, health-related, developmental, and organizational concerns. Through the integration of theory, research, and practice, and with a sensitivity to multicultural issues, this specialty encompasses a broad range of practices that help people improve their well-being, alleviate distress and maladjustment, resolve crises, and increase their ability to live more highly functioning lives. Counseling psychology is unique in its attention both to normal developmental issues and to problems associated with physical, emotional, and mental disorders.

  • Track 6-1Development, displacement and rehabilitation
  • Track 6-2E-therapy and E-counselling
  • Track 6-3Family and group psychology
  • Track 6-4Counseling psychologists
  • Track 6-5Counselling psychology future
  • Track 6-6Remedial treatment and therapies
  • Track 6-7Counselling psychology current theories
  • Track 6-8Mental illness and trauma counseling
  • Track 6-9Physical and biological interventions: psychiatric medication, electroconvulsive therapy & physical care
  • Track 6-10Online counseling

Evolutionary psychology is a theoretical approach to psychology that attempts to explain useful mental and psychological traits—such as memory, perception, or language—as adaptations, i.e., as the functional products of natural selection. Evolutionary psychology seeks to reconstruct problems that our ancestors faced in their primitive environments, and the problem-solving behaviors they created to meet those particular challenges. From these reconstructed problem-solving adaptations, the science then attempts to establish the common roots of our ancestral behavior, and how those common behavioral roots are manifested today in the widely scattered cultures of the planet. The ultimate goal is behavior aimed at the passing of one's genes into the next generation. Evolutionary psychology is the belief that all humans on the planet have innate areas in their brains which have specific knowledge that help them adapt to local environments. These areas are highly specialized, and only activate when the information is needed. These areas, when activated, give the brain specific algorithmic (step by step) instructions that have evolved from our ancestral pasts to adapt to all situations that we now face as humans. Some scientists speculate that these areas are attachments to long-term memory areas, and assist in problem-solving. 

  • Track 7-1Survival and individual level psychological adaptations
  • Track 7-2Evolved psychological mechanisms
  • Track 7-3Ethical implications
  • Track 7-4 Evolutionary psychology defense
  • Track 7-5 Evolutionary Psychology and culture
  • Track 7-6Environment of evolutionary adaptedness
  • Track 7-7 Influence of environment on behavior

Forensic psychology is the interaction of the practice or study of psychology and the law. Psychologists interested in this line of applied work may be found working in prisons, jails, rehabilitation centers, police departments, law firms, schools, government agencies, or in private practice. Forensic psychiatry is a field of psychiatry which deals with the assessment and treatment of mentally disordered offenders and criminals.  It is an interface between mental health and law.  Work of forensic patients is stimulating as patients present with diverse psychopathologies and complex psycho-social difficulties. The forensic psychiatrists have to balance the needs of the individual and the risk to society.  They provide medical treatment in a secure environment or where patients are subject to legal restrictions. In this session we will be discussing about Criminological studies, recent developments in forensic psychiatry, behavioral forensic science and ethical issues in forensic psychology.


  • Track 8-1Criminal psychology
  • Track 8-2Criminological studies
  • Track 8-3Ethical issues
  • Track 8-4Recent challenges for psychology and law
  • Track 8-5Risk assessment and case studies
  • Track 8-6Predection of violence and risk assessment
  • Track 8-7Forensic mental health
  • Track 9-1Clinical geropsychology
  • Track 9-2Adult development & aging
  • Track 9-3Geriatric psychiatry
  • Track 9-4Alzheimer disease and dementia
  • Track 9-5Mental disorders
  • Track 9-6Family caregiving strains
  • Track 9-7Grief and loss
  • Track 9-8Adjustment to aging-related stresses including marital/family conflict
  • Track 9-9Psychological development and change throughout the adult years

Health psychology is the study of psychological and behavioral processes in health, illness, and healthcare. It is concerned with understanding how psychological, behavioral, and cultural factors contribute to physical health and illness.

A specialty applying psychological principles to the scientific study of health, illness, and health related behaviors. It is specifically aimed towards a broader understanding of health, illness, recovery, and the impact of each on human life. Knowledge developed in this field includes psychological, social and cultural influences on the development, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of ill and injured people. Health psychologists are also interested in the prevention of illness and injury and in health policy formation. It is a field of study with in  the general discipline of psychology.

  • Track 10-1Physical Health and Genetics
  • Track 10-2Medical psychology and psychotherapy
  • Track 10-3Biological psychology
  • Track 10-4Occupational health psychology
  • Track 10-5Insights in addiction research
  • Track 10-6Current Issues in Health Psychology
  • Track 10-7Substance or drug abuse disorders
  • Track 10-8Behavioral addiction & mechanism
  • Track 10-9Drug rehabilitation
  • Track 10-10Biosocial and biopsychological model in health psychology
  • Track 11-1Professional psychology
  • Track 11-2Psychology in business and economics
  • Track 11-3Entrepreneurs investment meet
  • Track 11-4Job satisfaction, motivation,leadership,communication
  • Track 11-5Organizational management & development
  • Track 11-6Individual assessment and psychometrics

Mental health is a level of psychological well-being, or an absence of mental illness. It is the "psychological state of someone who is functioning at a satisfactory level of emotional and behavioral adjustment". Mental health is "emotional, behavioral, and social maturity or normality; the absence of a mental or behavioral disorder; a state of psychological well-being in which one has achieved a satisfactory integration of one's instinctual drives acceptable to both oneself and one's social milieu; an appropriate balance of love, work, and leisure pursuits.

According to WHO (World Health Organization), mental health is "a state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community". WHO stresses that mental health "is not just the absence of mental disorder".

  • Track 12-1Mental health and illness
  • Track 12-2Forensic psychiatric nursing
  • Track 12-3Geriatric mental health nursing
  • Track 12-4Adult nursing
  • Track 12-5Mental health education and training
  • Track 12-6Psychosis and psychiatric disorders
  • Track 12-7Child and pediatric nursing
  • Track 12-8Psychiatric mental health nursing
  • Track 12-9Mental disorders
  • Track 12-10Mental health and rehabilitation
  • Track 12-11Ethical and legal issues in nursing

Positive Psychology is the scientific study of human flourishing, and an applied approach to optimal functioning. It has also been defined as the study of the strengths and virtues that enable individuals, communities and organizations to thrive. Positive thinking plays an important role in positive psychology, a subfield devoted to the study of what makes people happy and fulfilled. Research has found that positive thinking can aid in stress management and even plays an important role in your overall health and well-being.


Psychotherapy is also known as talk therapy, a process of psychological method for treating mental health problems by talking with a psychiatrist, psychologist or other mental health provider. It is a way to treat people with a mental disorder by helping them understand their illness. It teaches people strategies and gives them tools to deal with stress and unhealthy thoughts and behaviors.

The different types of Psychotherapy are Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Family Therapy & Group Therapy.

  • Track 13-1Positive Psychology Interventions
  • Track 13-2Cognitive behavior therapy
  • Track 13-3Marriage and family therapists (MFTs)
  • Track 13-4Meditation & yoga - the role of mindfulness in positive psychology
  • Track 13-5Positive health and well-being
  • Track 13-6Psychotherapy
  • Track 13-7Holistic psychology and medicine
  • Track 13-8Humanistic psychology
  • Track 13-9Spirituality & Yoga
  • Track 13-10Advances in psychotherapy

Psychometric and quantitative psychologists are concerned with the methods and techniques used in acquiring and applying psychological knowledge. A psychometrician may revise old intelligence, personality and aptitude tests or devise new ones. These tests might be used in clinical, counseling, and school settings, or in business and industry. Other quantitative psychologists might assist a researcher in psychology or in another field in designing or interpreting the results of an experiment. To accomplish these tasks, they may design new techniques for analyzing information. Psychologists specializing in this area are generally well-trained in mathematics, statistics, and computer programming and technology.

Social psychologists study how people interact with each other and how they are affected by their social environments. They study individuals as well as groups, observable behaviors, and private thoughts. It studies the manner in which the personality, attitudes, motivations, and behavior of the individual influence and are influenced by social groups, so it is known as the "Science of society".

Social psychologists can be found in a wide variety of academic settings, as well as in advertising, corporations, hospitals, educational institutions and architectural and engineering firms as researchers, consultants and personnel managers

Community psychology is a branch of psychology that involves the study of how individuals relate to their communities and the reciprocal effect of communities on individuals.


  • Track 15-1Theories, concepts and values in community psychology
  • Track 15-2Collaboration and community strengths
  • Track 15-3Social psychological and personality science
  • Track 15-4Self-help & mutual support groups
  • Track 15-5Research & intrapersonal phenomena

Sports Psychology is an interdisciplinary science that draws on knowledge from many related fields including biomechanics, physiology, kinesiology and psychology. It involves the study of how psychological factors affect performance and how participation in sport and exercise affect psychological and physical factors.

Sports Psychologists are interested in two main areas:helping athletes use psychological principles to achieve optimal mental health and to improve performance (performance enhancement) and; understanding how participation in sport, exercise and physical activity affects an individual's psychological development, health and well-being throughout the lifespan.

  • Track 16-1Applied sport and exercise psychology
  • Track 16-2Psychosocial factors in physical activity
  • Track 16-3Personality and motivation
  • Track 16-4Educational sport psychologists
  • Track 16-5Psychosocial factors in physical activity

Case studies, surveys, naturalistic observation, and laboratory observation are examples of descriptive or correlational research methods. Using these methods, researchers can describe different events, experiences, or behaviors and look for links between them.

Research in psychology is conducted in broad accord with the standards of the scientific method, encompassing both qualitative ethological and quantitative statistical modalities to generate and evaluate explanatory hypotheses with regard to psychological phenomena. Where research ethics and the state of development in a given research domain permits, investigation may be pursued by experimental protocols. The testing of different aspects of psychological function is a significant area of contemporary psychology. Psychometric and statistical methods predominate, including various well-known standardized tests as well as those created ad hoc as the situation or experiment requires.

  • Track 17-1Psychological and behavioral sciences
  • Track 17-2 Psychotherapy
  • Track 17-3Psycho-diagnostics
  • Track 17-4Psychological research methodology