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Middlesex University Dubai To Hold Third National Conference Of Applied Psychological Research In The UAE

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The Psychology Department of Middlesex University Dubai is pleased to announce the Third National Conference of Applied Psychological Research in UAE on March 19, 2015. This Conference will offer the opportunity to interested researchers in the field to present, share, and discuss topics of current Psychological research.

Speakers will present cutting-edge findings covering topics addressing diverse areas within the discipline. This year’s keynote speaker Professor Klaus D. Kubinger (University of Vienna, Austria) will discuss the potential of novel methods of adaptive psychometric testing for cognitive task performance. Further contributions of this whole-day event include quantitative as well as qualitative investigations within the framework of mental health, cognitive abilities, and social Psychology.

For more detailed information, the Conference program will be made available in the coming weeks at www.mdx.ac/industry-research/middlesex-university-dubai-conferences/the-third-national-conference-of-applied-psychological-research-in-uae/.

For Conference registration please send an email to j.pietschnig@mdx.ac

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