Psychology conferences in 2023

Psychology conferences in 2023

Posted by Noldus Team on Tue 29 Nov. 2022 - 2 minute read

Conferences are a great way to combine work, knowledge, and social interaction with your peers. Like previous years we’ve put together a list of international psychology conferences in 2023 to help you out. There are in-person, virtual, and hybrid events listed.

The Ultimate List of Psychology Conferences in 2023

Conferences can be an interesting way to meet your peers and discover trends and insights in your area of research or work. You want to stay updated on the latest research and techniques in the field of psychology. But out of all the conferences that take place every year, which ones should you choose? There are so many conferences organized worldwide every year, how do you know where to start looking?

To give you some insight in the best psychology conferences that take place in 2023, we've put together this extensive list of meetings, sorted by region. Attend top-rated psychology conferences and learn from industry experts. 

Psychology conferences in Europe and the UK in 2023

European countries will host plenty of psychology conferences where all aspects of psychology research, developmental psychology, and related research will be discussed and showcased:

  • ICPS 2023 (APS's International Convention of Psychological Science) - March 9-11 in Brussels, Belgium 
  • ECP 2023 (18th European Congress of Psychology) - July 3-6 in Brighton, UK
  • ECDP 2023 (European Conference on Developmental Psychology) - August 28 - September 1 in Turku, Finland
  • WCP23 (The 23rd World Congress of Psychiatry) - September 28 - October 1 in Vienna, Austria

FREE TRIAL: Try The Observer XT yourself!

Request a free trial and see for yourself how easy behavioral research can be!

  • Work faster
  • Reduce costs
  • Get better data

Psychology conferences in USA + Canada in 2023

Discover the best psychology conferences in North America. These psychology conferences are taking place on Northern American grounds in the USA and Canada in 2023:

  • SPSP 2023 (Annual Convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology) - February 23-25 in Atlanta, GA
  • SRCD 2023 (Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development) - March 23-25 in Salt Lake City, UT
  • 2023 APS Annual Convention (Association for Psychological Science) - May 25-28 in Washington, D.C.
  • CPA 2023 (84th Annual Convention of the Canadian Psychological Assocation) - May 28-30, 2023 in Toronto, Canada

Psychology conferences in Asia and Oceania

Asia and Australia are hosting several conferences – both national and international – on psychology and related topics in 2023:

Psychology conferences in Central and South America

  • to be announced.
Did we miss any conferences on psychology? And are any of these meetings on your 2023 calendar?

Want to know more about Noldus and tools for behavioral and psychology research? Discover our brand-new multimodal platform NoldusHub, that enables you to control, calibrate, and monitor multiple behavioral datastreams at once. Find out more about our other solutions for human behavior studies here. Or sign up for the Noldus Newsline to stay updated on the conferences we are attending as exhibitor or sponsor!

Please note: Noldus Information Technology is not responsible for organizing these conferences and events. More details on each event can be found by visiting the conference event websites.

Don't miss out on the latest blog posts
Share this post
Relevant Blogs

Working memory and emotion regulation in children with ADHD

How can we understand emotional reactivity in children with ADHD? In the current study, Tarle and her colleagues examined the relation between emotion regulation and working memory in children with and without this disorder.

Two examples of parent-child interaction research

Fatherhood is a topic of high social relevance that attracts much public interest and therefore also the attention of scientists.

Video-recording children with ASD in-home

Anne Kirby and colleagues studied sensory and repetitive behaviors among children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). 32 children with ASD participated.