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BPS Developmental Section Conference

September 14 to September 16

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The Conference

The Developmental Psychology Section Annual Conference 2022 will provide a forum for dissemination, discussion, and debate in relation to a range of cutting-edge issues attracting attention from academics and practitioners working in the field of Developmental Psychology.

The conference will be held in Sheffield from the 14th-16th September 2022.

The Conference will consist of keynote speakers (including Professor Robin Plomin, Professor Caroline Martin and Dr Duncan Astle) symposium, oral and poster presentations, workshops and networking opportunities.

About the Developmental Psychology Section

The Developmental Psychology Section promotes the scientific study of the cognitive, emotional, social, perceptual, and biological changes in humans that occur from before birth, through infancy, childhood, adolescence and into adulthood.

Since its inception in 1980, its mission has been to support and develop high quality research into developmental psychology and to raise the profile of British developmental research on a local and international level, with policy-makers, practitioners, business and the general public.


September 14
September 16
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BPS Developmental Psychology


Crown Plaza Royal Victoria Sheffield
Victoria Station Road
Sheffield, Sheffield S4 7YE United Kingdom
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