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ISCAR 2014 - Call for Papers

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iscar 2014Dear Colleague,
This is a gentle reminder that the deadline for you to submit an abstract for the ISCAR2014 Congress to be held in Sydney, Australia 29 September - 3 October 2014 is fast approaching!
The abstract program is an integral part of the Congress, it contributes to building the body of knowledge of cultural activity research in a relevant and meaningful way and supports the work of young career researchers.  All accepted presenters will have the opportunity to showcase their research to their peers in an international forum, seeking input and testing theories.   In addition, all abstracts will be published in the Congress abstract book which will form a lasting legacy of the Congress.
The abstract deadline is 15 September 2013! To submit your abstract please go to  the Congress website http://www.iscar2014.com/abstracts.html

If you have any questions regarding the abstract submission please contact the Secretariat:

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Last Updated ( Friday, 06 September 2013 10:56 )  

Luriya Alexandr RomanovichLuriya Alexandr Romanovich
16.07.1902 - 14.08.1977
Psychologist, pioneer of Russian neuropsychology. Student of L.S. Vygotsky.
“He was a master of experiment, and believed that any psychological problem can be resolved through experiment.” E.D. Homskaya